An Independent Preparatory Day School for Boys and Girls aged 4-13 years

 Main HallSituated in 50 beautiful acres of Northamptonshire countryside, Spratton Hall is an independent preparatory day school of over 400 boys and girls aged 4 to 13 years.

Centred around the Grade II listed Georgian manor house, Spratton Hall has developed and flourished in the 60 years since its foundation in 1951, providing exceptional facilities throughout.

Having completed our five year development plan the school's facilities now include a new purpose-built large sports dome, a full-sized floodlit astro-turf; fully refurbished dining room and kitchen, state-of-the-art ICT suite, updated science and music blocks as well as a new multi-media centre and library. The final part of the building programme was the creation of an exciting new Performing Arts Centre. 

Spratton Hall feeds many of the top private senior schools and has an exceptionally good reputation throughout - in the words of the Good Schools Guide, Spratton is an “extraordinary school”.


    • Year 1 Visit to Gallone's Ice Cream Factory (25.3.15)26th March 2015

      To celebrate the end of their ‘Italian’ topic, the Year 1 children enjoyed a visit to Gallone’s Ice Cream Factory and Ice Cream Parlour in Kingsthorpe. After a lovely warm welcome, we took an informative tour of this long established business. The children were able to see the ice cream process from start to finish.  Walking through the factory, Mr Gallone explained how the machines worked and what special ingredients are needed. At the end of the afternoon the children were treated to a traditional Italian ice cream or sorbet to enjoy with their friends. Thank you very much Mr Gallone for all your hard work, a very informative factory tour and taste experience was enjoyed by all!

    • Year 4 Indian Workshop (19.3.15)26th March 2015

      Year 4 had a chance to have a go at looking what Indian people do in their spare time.  
      We had lots of fun dressing up as Indian people.  There were lots of different costumes to try.  Some people dressed up as poor Indian people, some as rich, some as merchants and some as shoppers.  Their clothes were very funny with long trousers, huge tops and some trousers were very thick so we had to tie them up at the side!  We all laughed at them because it looked like you had pony tails coming out of your hips!
      Then we went to the station where we had to write ‘Great wishes’ and ‘Happy Devali’ in Hindu.  Lots of people struggled to write the first few lines but then they got the hang of it.  It was very hard.
      Then we went to the station where we had to decorate the elephant we made in art the week before.  It was fun and some of them were just like the ones they did in India.  Some of them were most peculiar because they had lots of lines that were jagged and curly with dots and stars.  
      Then we went to the station where we could decorate the elephant that was made out of a milk bottle.  It was very cool looking at the other people’s elephants.  They were all very unique and had flowers and glitter all over them.  By Freddie Ling