...Train up children in the way they should go, and when they are old they will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6
Home Page

Rockwell Green Church of England Primary School

'Challenge - Achievement - Joy'

Home Page

Pupil Task Force

Rockwell Green's Pupil Task Force have become important ambassadors for their classes; they have represented their peers with eloquence and fairness. They even had the unenviable task of being the judges for the Red Nose Day Art Competition held in school, and did a fantastic job of choosing our winners.
Picture 1 Rockwell Green School's Pupil Task Force

The Pupil Task Force at Rockwell Green represent all the children in the school and play an active role in the development of the school.

Two children from each class (year 1 to year 6) make up the Pupil Task Force; they are voted in by their class. They are tasked with communicating ideas and opinions bewteen their class and the Pupil Task Force. Sometimes they may have to put forward other peoppe's views which are not their own.


Key Attributes:

  • They must be approachable (so that everyone in their class can talk to them confidently)
  • They must be a good listener
  • They must be organised
  • They must be assertive (so that they can adequately represent their class's views)
  • They must be efficient
  • They must be fair
  • They must be a good communicator (able to discuss ideas with children and adults).


The Pupil Task Force collects the views of their class and passes them onto the Pupil Task Force (overseen by a member of staff). These views are then passed on to the school leadership, including the Headteacher and the Governors.

The Pupil Task Force then feed back to their class. Therefore, they need to be willing and able to take part in regular meetings.

They must be willing to represent Rockwell Green School and be ambassadors for the school.


Along with judging the Red Nose Day Art Competition, they have also been representing their classes recently by expressing ways in which to enhance play and lunchtimes. An Eco Club is now up and running and the Playground Leaders activities will be expanded. Other enhancements will follow soon. They will also represent their classes in the recruitment of staff. They have been preparing questions to ask the potential Deputy Heads in their Pupil Task Force Interviews: a panel interview with a difference.


These key children are all learning and developing important skills for life while making their school a better place.


Head Boy and Girl and Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl

Head Boy and Girl and Deputy Head Boy and Deputy Head Girl 1
The head boy and head girl and their deputies have been selected to be the pupil ambassadors for the school. They are role models for the rest of the school in behaviour and attitudes to learning.  These wonderful children all have great communication skills and the confidence to represent Rockwell Green School at external events. They are extremely knowledgeable about the school and will give the warmest of welcomes to our visitors too.
Celebration Assembly Friday 11th October at 2.30pm - everyone welcome