Rucstall Primary School

A caring, fun loving, learning community

Pupil Responsibilities

At Rucstall Primary School, our Pupil Leadership Team is a body of pupils set up to represent all pupils on issues that affect them.

At the start of the school year, the children and their Class Teachers speak about what Rucstall Primary School means to them and how they could make it an even better place to be. In previous years, the Pupil Leadership team have decided on an outdoor adventure trail and selected individual pieces of equipment they would like to have available to them during play times. 


The following children are the current Pupil Leadership Team:

Hazel - Archie and Piper

Lime - Lillie and Marsell

Maple - Ella-Rose and Toby

Rowan - Finley and Aria

Willow - William and Lilly


At Rucstall Primary School, our House Captains are elected Year 6 pupils who oversee the House Team system. The House Captains are responsible for counting up the weekly house team points, supporting/organising house team events and acting as role models for younger children.


Our House Captains are:

Red Phoenix - Ryan S and Finlay C

Blue Centaur - Louie H, Jacob C and Noah M
Green Dragon - William S and Amelia G

Yellow Dragon - Arlo E, Kian B and Amelia J



We also have Play Leaders who are trained to engage and support younger children to interact with games during lunchtimes. 


Our Play Leaders are:

Katelyn E, Abiha Y, Alfie-Jack C, Amber W, Hollie T, Kylan S, Emily S, Lilly S, Sofia M, Jacob C, Layla W and Maci W



The school also has librarians who receive training to not only keep both our school libraries tidy but to support other children with selecting books of interest.


Our Librarians are:

Emily S, Amelia J, Amelia G, Abiha Y, William S, Alex M, Amber W, Aimee H and Lilly S



Our EARA (Equality and Rights Advocates) help to highlight children's rights, equality and equity within our school.


They are:

Theodora B, Finley B and Hayden L


This term, we are looking at articles 6, 18, 28 & 34.



Our Young Interpreters help support and guide children new to our school who may not speak English.


They are:

Abiha Y, Amelia J, Theodora B, Arham Y, Bazyli S and Jasmyne MT