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Yes, it is a brilliant all-round school, to which parents testify and children confirm by not being able to agree on what is best about Spratton, but it is also a school that is a big hitter nationally in a number of areas, perhaps most notably .....

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Spratton Hall is an excellent independent preparatory school set in fifty acres of rolling Northamptonshire countryside. We enjoy a fine reputation both locally and nationally with our pupils going on to enjoy further success at many of the top Senior Independent Schools. We pride ourselves that pupils will leave Spratton as polite, self-confident, courteous people who have a commendable approach to all that they do. Above all they will be fine people to know. ...Read more

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Head master

Since 2014, Simon Clarke BA (40s), who had been deputy (and pupil) at the school before taking over as head. Educated at Trent College and University of Surrey, he brought a wealth of experience when he returned to Spratton from excellent schools such as Gresham's and Millfield, where he was head of English and drama. A good deputy never upstages his head, so people may worry that a deputy taking over will not command centre stage effectively, but Simon’s valuable experience as six years as deputy is much appreciated by everyone. He knows the children, parents and staff and hit the ground running. He understands the essential USPs of Spratton and is determined to build on them. He hasn’t frightened the horses by imposing some grand new plan on everyone, but with considerable...

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