No - certainly not in any of the schools I have taught in.
Girls can be just as badly behaved, but it tends to be more subtle and 'under the radar'. And it is definitely my view that the bullying which goes on among girls is, as a general rule (with, of course, exceptions) far more invidious and vicious than that which goes on among boys, and also far harder to deal with. I have found this since my earliest days as a reception class teacher right up until now with teenagers - try to find out which boy has done something and the perpetrator will usually turn purple, look at his shoes, stammer something along the lines of "it weren't me miss" and you have your man. With girls..'yeah, well, she did this and then I said that and it isn't fair cos this...' and you end up with a hunch and no more - and they are usually very good at making themselves look whiter than white even when all the evidence is to the contrary.
As a parent of boys (and girl) I do sometimes get a little bit tired of the bad press given to boys (not levelling this at you Ellie, just in general) : OK so they can be loud and wild (so can girls) and often sitting still all day doesn't suit them so they get silly...but they can also be loving, charming and jolly good company, as well as very handy once they get a bit of muscle - getting the shopping out of the boot, lugging furniture around, and being lovely brothers to their sisters.