Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG
01722 336459


Sarum St Paul's pupils are given a range of responsibilities and opportunities during their time at our school to develop their leadership skills and sense of worth. From School Council to Penguin Prefects, Librarians to Sports Squad, our pupils thrive when given these roles and they flourish doing so!

Hedgehog Prefects

In Year 6, pupils are selected to be Hedgehog Prefects. These pupils arrive at school at 8.40am and help our EYFS teacher set up for the day. When Year R pupils arrive, they help them with their coats and book bags, welcome them into the classroom and settle them with an activity. When Hedgehogs come into our Collective Worships, prefects sit with them and help them participate with activities and singing. 


Our team of librarians help organise and maintain our school library. They scan books in and out to pupils and staff, keep the library tidy and support the English lead in promoting reading across the school.

Sports Squad

This incredible team of pupils help our PE leader organise events, most importantly... Sports Day! They are fantastic ambassadors and inspire other children to take up sport and physical activity. They help run our weekly 'Wake and Shake'. 

Tuck Shop

Every Friday we have a healthy tuck shop at breaktime, this is run by pupils in Key Stage 2. These pupils are responsible for setting it up, liaising with customers, counting the money and putting in an order for the following week's food order. 

House Captains

Two children from each of our house teams support the Headteacher in the running of our Celebration Assembly each Friday. They present certificates, announce house winners and recognise those children who have had a birthday. They help staff members run house events and lead the 'house chant' for winning teams.

Reading Buddies

Some pupils are trained to support younger children with their reading . They spend time each week reading 1:1 and helping children develop their fluency.

Eco Monitors

These children help manage their class recycling system, they also organise class litter picking opportunities. These children help to make our school a more environmentally friendly place. 

School Council

Two pupils per class are elected to be School Council reps. These children work closely with the headteacher to lead whole school projects, collect pupil voice and share ideas and views on school improvement. There is a wide representation of pupils within our School Council to ensure views are captured from all pupils. 

What impact do our pupils have on our school?


  • School Council have volunteered at Salisbury Foodbank and helped organise our harvest appeal. Alongside a Year 6 pupil, School Council organised the collection of 290kg worth of food for the foodbank's Christmas appeal. 
  • The whole school have organised 'Santo-grams' for elderly people in the local area who may be alone for Christmas. 
  • Pupils help us collect and organise the annual Shoebox Appeal. 
  • Our School Council welcomed guests to our 50th Anniversary service and MP John Glen to our school and helped plant a tree to commemorate our anniversary.
  • Pupils help lead events, for example Sports' Day, which gives them a huge sense of purpose and responsibility.
  • Pupils review our child friendly anti-bullying policy and ensure it has a strong pupil voice
  • Eco Monitors have arranged for recycling bins for the school. We are now filling a recycling bin every fortnight and they have raised the awareness of recycling across the school!
  • School Council liaised with our kitchen to ensure there were tasty treats for all pupils at the Christmas lunch, including those with an intolerance or allergy. Those with dairy intolerances were particularly pleased to be offered a Christmas biscuit rather than the usual piece of fruit.
  • Pupils are involved in regular pupil voice about curriculum subjects and are encouraged to share their views and make positive changes.
  • Pupils in Key Stage 2 have designed the new playground as part of the River Project. 
  • Pupils across the school have designed artwork for the new playgrond. 
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