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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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What the school says...

Shortlisted for ‘Independent Pre-Prep School of the Year 2019’*, Spratton Hall is an exceptional co-educational, day school. Nestled in over 50 acres of rolling Northamptonshire countryside, its first rate facilities cover an extensive range of curricular and extracurricular activities including IT, languages, sport, drama, music and dance.

Pupils are supported at every stage of their educational and personal development, ensuring that they not only go on to achieve high levels of academic success but also become confident, courteous and collaborative individuals.

Open mornings in May and October give parents and potential pupils an opportunity to explore the school for themselves. However, parents are welcome to visit any time and can contact the Registrar, Mrs Sarah Church ([email protected]) who can provide them with further information and a prospectus. Meanwhile the Headmaster, Mr Simon Clarke, is always happy to chat with prospective parents, often over tea and cake.

Visit our website to find out more and begin your child’s educational journey with Spratton Hall.

*2019 Independent School of the Year Awards.
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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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