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”.


    • Carol & Christingle Services (17.12.14)18th December 2014

      The Christingle and Carol Services in St Andrew’s Church are always a wonderful way to finish the Autumn term. The church was, once again, decorated beautifully with the Christingles made by pupils in Years 3-5. It was lovely to hear the sound of Junior Song, the Year 7 & 8 Choir, Mums’ Choir and the Brass Group fill the church. We were treated to solos from Lauren Hewett and James Gowen, along with a quintet of ‘The Little Drummer Boy’ from Holly Brankin-Frisby, Myfanwy Fleming-Jones, Alys Hemmings, Charlotte Kemsley-Pein and Helena Thomas. It is a very special time of the year and the music and the readers really made everybody think about the true meaning of Christmas.

    • Year 2 Christmas Play (10.12.14)17th December 2014

      In true Pre Prep tradition, Year Two performed ‘The Apprentice’; a lively nativity, to an enthusiastic audience of friends and family. What a lot of work was needed to make Bethlehem fit for all of the visitors due to arrive imminently. The workmen of the town had to take on extra apprentices and everyone busied themselves cleaning and tidying. Simeon, an old carpenter had to abandon his trade and let his trusted apprentice, Sarah go. But her skills came to shine with the arrival of Mary and Joseph. The innkeeper needed a quick repair to the manger, a wise man had a crook with a snapped off top and another had a broken box. Thank goodness Sarah was there to help. Year Two sang out with gusto and the soloists silenced the room. Words and stage positions were learnt to perfection. All of the hard work from months gone by came together in a performance worthy of the applause received. Year Two would like to thank all involved; Mrs Hanford, Mrs Fuller, Mrs Smith, Mrs Bennett, Mrs Fountain, Mr Woodman and the ladies who helped with costumes. We are already looking forward to our next venture on stage.