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School Houses

Each child at Hutton Rudby Primary School from Reception to Year 6 is placed in one of our School houses;

Byland (Green)

Rievaulx (Blue)

Helmsley (Red)

Fountains (Yellow)

Our Year 6 children write letters of application applying for the positions of House Captain and Vice-Captain. They even undergo a gruelling interview with the Head teacher! Children can earn house points for many things including academic/sporting excellence, behaviour, excellent manners and attitude and for being an outstanding role model to others. House points are tallied on house point notice boards in each classroom. Each week house points are counted and the house with the most points is announced in our Celebration assembly every Friday. At the end of the year, the house with the most points receives a special award.

Head boy/girl

In addition to House Captains and Vice-Captains. Our Year 6 children also apply for the position of Head Boy/Girl. In the Academic year 2016/17, the school appointed our first ever Head boy/girl and their respective deputies. Their letters of application are displayed in the front of school with pride.


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