In Star Trek (2009) we see a scene from Spock's childhood where he is regularly being bullied by some Vulcan children, in order to elicit an emotional response from him (see below video).
What I don't understand is, what is the logical reason for them to bully Spock?
Bullying (here on Earth) is the result of emotions and psychological state. Yet Vulcans have adopted Surak's code of emotional control, and let logic dictate their behaviour. So for those Vulcan children to bully Spock seems illogical.
The children should be sufficiently practiced in emotional control to not repeatedly bully Spock out of emotions; Spock's father was disappointed in him for reacting to them, so it's clear that Vulcan's are expected to have a high level of emotional control by this age.
So what is the logical explanation for why they were bullying Spock?