These are the kids’ names most likely to be on Santa’s naughty list this year

Everyone knows that Santa keeps a list of naughty and nice children - but now the rest of us can see it to.

Will you be getting a lump of coal this year?
Will you be getting a lump of coal this year?

For the 11th year in a row, School Stickers have unveiled the names on their naughty and nice list, based on rewards given out in schools. These are the top 16 naughty names on their list this year - should you be worried?

Famous Esthers include Esther Rantzen, Esther McVey, Esther Wong and Esther Anderson.
The female version of the name Alexander, this Greek name roughly translates to defender of man.
The given name Logan is derived from the Scottish surname, which was in turn derived from a place name. The likely origin of the surname is a place found near Auchinleck in Ayrshire.
The name Harrison comes from the English surname, which means son of Harry.
Many fictional characters share the name Faith, including Faith Lehane (from Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Faith Herbet (of the Valiant comics universe) and Faith Newman from The Young and the Restless.


Lots of musicians share the name Liam, such as Liam Gallagher from Oasis and Liam Payne from One Direction.
Derived from Greek name Ludia, which translates to beautiful one or noble one.
Famous Jakes (the nickname for Jacob) include actor Jake Gyllenhaal, boxer Jake LaMotta and musician Jake Bugg
There are lots of famous Nicoles, such as Nicole Kidman, Nicole Scherzinger and Nicole Richie.
As well as a name, Leo is also the star sign for those born between 23 July and 22 August. The sign is represented by a lion.
A popular unisex name, there are many famous Jamies, including Jamie Lee Curtis, Jamie Foxx, Jamie Oliver and Jamie Dornan.


The name Summer, along with other seasonal and nature names, came into fashion in the 1960s and 70s.
A traditional Welsh name, Owen translates as young warrior, well born or noble.
Traditionally, Libby is short for Elizabeth, but can also be short for Isabel, Liberty, Lydia or Olivia.
An Irish name, Connor comes from the compound Irish word Conchobhar which means lover of wolves or lover of hounds.
Tia translates as aunt in Spanish, but also means princess in Greek.