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”.


Friday 8th May 2015 from 10.00 am - 12 noon
Please contact our registrar to arrange an appointment to view the school


    • Year 5 Visit to Conkers, National Forest (27.4.15)05th May 2015

      On Monday 27th April, Year 5 embarked on our first residential trip to Conkers.  It was full to the brim with lots of fun and exciting activities to do.  My group went onto the assault course first where we had to get over the obstacles with a bucket of water and by the end, almost everyone had lost all of their water! We then swapped over and went in the adventure playground to play lots of games.  Next we had lunch and then we did some geocaching.  I hadn’t heard of geocaching before but it is really enjoyable.  It is when you have to find a little box using the app on your phone.  Before I knew it, it was time for bed!
      The next day was amazing too.  Firstly, we had a barefoot walk and I felt pain and excitement all in one.  I even did it twice!  There were wood chippings, ice cold water, pebbles and lots of other things that you wouldn’t imagine walking on and then we did some worksheets on insects and spiders.  We went to a balcony to see the tree tops and then did a little maze.  In the evening we even had mocktails, cocktails with no alcohol in them.
      On Wednesday morning we went to do a survival activity.  You had to make a shelter using a piece of plastic, some bungee jumping strings and lots of logs and twigs.  We had to make a fire then we lit it and toasted marshmallows on it, my favourite!
      By Neeya Bhadresha

    • Year 7 Visit to Paris (23.3.15)30th March 2015

      In March Year 7 went to ‘Le Chateau De Grande Romaine’ near Paris.
      During the week the pupils visited the famous French Royal Palace of Versailles. They learnt about the influential life of King Louis the XIV. They toured round the palace and its
      famous gardens. Later on, they also went to an authentic French shopping experience at a local hypermarket ‘Carrefour’. Year 7 spent two full days in Paris. On the first day, they were taken to ‘Le Musée Grévin’, Paris wax museum and later they went on board a ‘Bateau Parisien’ for a ride on the River Seine followed by a visit to the top floor of the Eiffel Tower.  They climbed the stairs to the second floor from which they could see the whole of Paris.  We saw the Opera House and ‘Les Grands Boulevards de Paris’. On Thursday, they visited Montmartre and ‘La Place du Tertre’ where the artists and painters of Paris gather and paint or draw portraits and caricatures of tourists. In the afternoon they visited the most awaited ‘Stade de France’ where we were able to go inside the changing rooms and walk near the pitch.  Later that day we toured in the heart of Paris by coach and visited the famous ‘Notre Dame’ cathedral.  At the Château, the pupils took part in the PGL activities among which were archery, treasure hunt, ball games and disco. All the pupils attended French lessons on site and they had to work on a journal during their visit which had to be written in French. They all
      tried to eat some ‘escargots’ and other French specialities.