Did anyone watch this? I took a cover for a Sociology lesson on education and thought it would be an interesting discussion as the teacher didn't leave any cover... Anyway, the co-founder of Cardiff Sixth Form said that he doesn't care what subject his son (who looked about 3 or 4) studied, but as long as he went to either Oxford or Cambridge, he would be happy. They also tried to teach him Chinese/Mandarin... at 3/4 years old...?! To me, this is quite shocking. I have 3 kids and their happiness is my happiness. I would obviously push them to achieve the best in their ability but, I would not be displeased or unhappy if they went to "lower-performing" universities. I just thought "so essentially, you brought a child into this world to be a trophy". I mean, I just think it's silly to not care about what your child actually enjoys and loves, but rather the institution they go to is better than seeing their child love their subject. Another thing that got me was that kids are being pushed to get into the best universities just so they can say "I go to Oxford or Cambridge". Fair enough, if it's a specialised course or whatnot, but the fact that they only want their kids to go to either or, is beyond ludicrous. What's everyone else's opinion?