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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”.

    • Summer Concerts (30.6.14/1.7.14)02nd July 2014

      It was lovely to see so many pupils performing in our Junior and Senior Summer Concerts.  The audiences were treated to a range of different ensembles and a variety of different styles of music.  All ensembles performed to an exceptionally high standard and demonstrated the musical talent within the department.

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    • Year 7 Visit to Stratford-upon-Avon (25.6.14)02nd July 2014

      Year 7’s Activity Week theme was the Terrible Tudors which included a visit to Shakespeare’s birth place and throughout the week they took part in a variety of activities:
      One Minute Shakespeare Playlets
      I learnt that Shakespeare is not that confusing. (Helena Thomas)
      I learned about three of Shakespeare’s most famous plays. (William Green)
      Terrible Tudors Quiz
      I learned interesting facts like Catherine Howard had a block brought to her cell the night before her execution so she could practise putting her head on it. (Henry Harrison)
      I learned that the ghost of Catherine of Aragon is said to haunt my next school – Kimbolton! (Phemie Jennings)
      Tudor Masks
      It was fun using different materials and gems. (Holly Brankin-Frisby)
      I enjoyed being creative and it was also relaxing. (Ben Hazell)
      Stratford Trip
      It was fascinating to see the school where Shakespeare went as a boy. (Oliver Mourant)
      I learned that there was an illness at this school in 1776 and only three boys survived! (George Mallott)
      Tudor Dancing
      I learned how to make a jump look like a lift. (Katy Salvesen)
      It was funny and embarrassing because we had to hold hands with the boys but it was also fun. (Alys Hemmings)
      Fencing
      Learning to fence against friends was awesome. (Alex Telfer)
      I learned the basic ‘en garde’ stance. (Annabel Mangan)
      Tennis
      I learned that they had leather tennis balls in Tudor times. (Myfanwy Fleming-Jones)
      I learned that tennis was one of Henry VIII’s favourite sports. (William Murray)
      Archery
      It was great to learn how to correctly load and fire a bow and arrow after reading ‘The Hunger Games’ (Marki Koslowsky-Smith)
      I learned how to arch and I got two in the reds. (Josh Beal)
      Martial Arts
      I learned how to kick, block and punch correctly. (Alexandra Day)
      I enjoyed learning new skills and how to defend myself. (Alex Telfer)

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