Welcome to our Statutory Information page

This page gives you access to our key policies and procedures, our most recent ofsted reports and provides other statutory documentation.


Hardcopies of all policies and reports found on this website are available on request at the school office.

Contact Details

The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:

Executive Head Teacher : Mrs Michelle Pye, Spratton CE Primary School, School Rd, Spratton, Northamptonshire. NN6 8HY

Telephone : 01604 846530


The school adheres to the admissions policy as laid down by the Education Department of the Northamptonshire County Council. If a parent/carer wishes their child to attend Spratton CE Primary School, they must contact Northamptonshire County Council Admissions team who advise on available places and allocate spaces. Details can be found in the County Council’s booklet ‘Applying for a Primary School Place in Northamptonshire’ which can be viewed on the County Council Website: www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/admissions or they can be contacted on 0300 126 1000.


The PDET website details the Trust’s academy memorandum and articles of association, annual accounts, annual report and funding agreement. A copy of the Supplemental Funding Agreement is available on this page.

Performance Data

Our analysis of the most recently collated SATs tests results will be made available in the in the Key Files & Reports panel in the sidebar.


Our curriculum fully reflects the requirements of the New 2014 National Curriculum and County Policy.  We aim to ensure that children acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to facilitate enthusiastic learning and help them to progress.  Positive attitudes to work are established early.  Our aim is that the children will become independent, curious, questioning and adaptable, and that this will be accomplished in an atmosphere of happiness, security and calm.  Our expectations are high and we encourage each child to reach his/her full potential.  Great care is taken in planning.   Teaching methods vary according to the type of activity or the aims of a particular session.  We are aware that children have different learning styles and provide a variety of activities in order to ensure equal access.


The school has a policy on behaviour management focused on RESPECT (which is available for your perusal).  We want children at our school to be well behaved,self-disciplined and confident.  We expect parents to work with the school in partnership to support its aims.  When your child starts at our school you will be asked to sign a contract, a home-school agreement.  It is our aim to build upon the discipline already established at home and we enter into this contract with you as part of our belief in partnership between home and school.  

We have a system of rewards and sanctions to reward good behaviour and prevent unacceptable behaviour.  Staff set a good example to the children in the way we behave with them and you.  Care, courtesy and consideration are the key words in our code of behaviour.  Every child has a right to feel safe, the right to respect and the right to learn.  All children have the responsibility to ensure that this happens.  Staff use positive behaviour management strategies.  They use verbal praise, sharing success, public celebration, stickers, letters home, certificates and house points at various times during the school year.  Records are kept of challenging behaviour and parents are informed and involved at an early stage if we have to use sanctions.

All incidents of racial harassment or bullying are recorded and reported as per the Northamptonshire Policy.  These incidents are taken very seriously and are dealt with quickly.  Parents are involved in discussions about strategies and solutions.  Exclusion is very rarely necessary and only occurs if the school’s programme of positive behaviour management does not succeed and the school does not have the resources to meet the child’s need.  We adhere to the Northamptonshire policy on exclusion.

Pupil Premium

Sports Funding 

To access our evaluation of the impact of our most recent Sports Funding you will be able to use the download in the Key Files & Reports panel in the sidebar.

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities

Charging & Remissions

Vision & Ethos

It is the philosophy of Spratton Church of England Primary School to provide teaching and learning of the highest quality for each and every child. This gives our pupils a measure of independence, a high level of self-confidence, a deep sense of self worth, and an understanding and deeper appreciation of our Christian heritage. To achieve this philosophy we aim to:

  • Enable all children to achieve their full potential, academically, personally, socially, spiritually and morally.
  • Deliver the highest standard of education which is broad, relevant, challenging and appropriate to individual needs and the world of work.
  • Promote high standards of behaviour, based on Christian principles, mutual trust and respect, developing responsibility and self-discipline.
  • Ensure equal opportunities for all.
  • Provide a stimulating and welcoming environment in which all are safe, secure and happy.
  • Promote good citizenship enabling individuals to take a positive role in the wider Church and community.
  • Become a focus for the local community through mutual sharing of resources and expertise.
  • Develop a pride in, and a sense of belonging to, Spratton Church  of  England Primary School.
  • Provide a high standard of financial management ensuring efficient delivery of services and best value.

To achieve these aims staff and governors will work in partnership with parents, carers and the local community for the benefit of our pupils.


Our Governors web page details who our governors are, their roles and responsibilities. We also show a declaration of interest and fit and proper declaration.

Complaints procedures

Our complaints procedure will be available as a download in the Key Files & Reports panel in the sidebar.

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School Organisation

The children are organised into three classes, which have approximately 20 children in each.

Class structures are flexible depending upon the needs of the children.

Currently our classes are organised into a Year R/1 class, a Year 2/3/4 class and a Year 5/6 class.

Contact Us

Postal Address

School Rd,


01604 846530