What are the Naughtiest Children’s Names?

by Hanna Embry on

Santa Clause is coming to town, but he’s only going to visit children who have been good! If you’re a parent of a Logan or an Alexandra, you may have a lot to handle. According to a study, these are among the naughtiest children’s names.

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School Stickers, a top provider of school rewards, has published its annual study that details the nicest and naughtiest children’s names. For this 11th year of the study, the company surveyed 27,000 youngsters across the United Kingdom.

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Which kids names are naught and nice? Image: Pixabay

Neil Hodges, managing director at School Stickers, says the annual “naughty and nice” list has become anticipated over the festive season. However, he says parents should take the list as fun.

“Our much-loved ‘naughty and nice’ list has become a Christmas tradition.

“It’s obviously just a bit of festive fun, but people do seem to like to see each year whether their name has made the list.”

Naughtiest Children’s Names

Girls’ names

  • Alexandra
  • Ester
  • Faith
  • Lydia
  • Nicole
  • Tia
  • Summer
  • Libby
  • Aimee
  • Imogen

Boys’ names

  • Logan
  • Harrison
  • Liam
  • Jacob
  • Leo
  • Jamie
  • Owen
  • Connor
  • Michael
Image: Pixabay

Nicest girls’ name

  • Sophie
  • Jessica
  • Olivia
  • Emily
  • Grace
  • Chloe
  • Megan
  • Ella
  • Ruby
  • Emma

Nicest boys’ name

  • Jack
  • Joshua
  • Harry
  • Olivia
  • Charlie
  • Thomas
  • Ethan
  • James
  • Daniel

Child Name Details

School Stickers says Jacob, Jamie, Joseph, Liam, Like, Michael, Owen, Eleanor, and Holly are below the top 10 on the naughty list by have made previous appearances. In the “nice” corner, Sophie and Daniel have repeatedly appeared in the top ten.

Neil added: “We’ve really enjoyed looking back through the previous lists and can’t believe that the names Sophie and Daniel have made the top 10 six times.

“We always say that the lists aren’t to be taken seriously as all schools reward their pupils in different ways, with some giving out hundreds, and some thousands of rewards.”

Written by: Hanna Embry

Hanna is a freelance author who has been working for blogs, websites, and ghostwriting books for nearly a decade! After living abroad, and traveling the world, Hanna found that her voice as a creative writer, as well as her love of traveling, could go hand in hand as a freelance content creator. She has a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences Degree from Indiana University. Her favorite Author is Brandon Sanderson, she is a mother, she has two beautiful dogs, and her amazing writing skills can be found on a wide variety of platforms! You can contact Hanna at [email protected]