List reveals the naughtiest children's names of 2019

List reveals the naughtiest children's names of 2019

School Stickers, the leading provider of rewards for school children, has compiled lists of names of the naughtiest children and the nicest children, just in time for Santa's annual gift-giving spree.

Now in its 11th year, the study focused on 27,000 children all around the United Kingdom.

According to the study, girls with the following names: Sophie, Jessica, Olivia, Emily and Grace are the best-behaved, and boys named Jack, Joshua, Harry, Oliver and Charlie can also expect a special treat from Father Christmas next month.

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However, youngsters with the names Alexandra, Esther, Faith, Lydia, Nicole, Logan, Harrison, Liam, Jacob and Leo have seemingly found their way onto the dreaded naughty list this year.

This dad made his naughty son run to school in the rain to teach him a lesson:

Neil Hodges, managing director at School Stickers, said that the list has become a Christmas tradition of sorts, per the Mirror.

Here are the naughtiest girls' names in full:

Alexandra

Ester

Faith

Lydia

Nicole

Tia

Summer

Libby

Aimee

Imogen

The naughtiest boys' names:

Logan

Harrison

Liam

Jacob

Leo

Jamie

Owen

Connor

Michael

The best-behaved girls' names:

Sophie

Jessica

Olivia

Emily

Grace

Chloe

Megan

Ella

Ruby

Emma

The best-behaved boys' names:

Jack

Joshua

Harry

Olivia

Charlie

Thomas

Ethan

James

Daniel

According to the Mirror, Hodges says he and others at School Stickers enjoyed looking back at previous lists and couldn't believe how often Sophie and Daniel had been in the top ten list of 'nice' names.

He insists, however, that the lists are not supposed to be taken seriously and that schools reward their students in various ways, courtesy of School Stickers.

School Stickers is used by thousands of schools across the UK to reward pupils for good behaviour and academic achievement. The company's products include stickers, postcards, badges and certificates, which are meant to motivate and inspire youngsters no matter what their names are.