The school can proudly boast some of the most beautiful games fields around, with spectacular views looking across Northamptonshire’s rolling countryside. The large expanse of meticulously kept fields are used in a wide variety of ways.
The Upper Fields have two rugby pitches, football pitches, cricket square and rounders pitches. The newly refurbished cricket pavilion looks across both cricket and rugby pitches.
The Terraces are used for rugby, cross-country and rounders and are a real feature of Spratton Hall’s facilities.
The Lower Fields is a large space which accommodates junior rugby pitches but looks at its most majestic in the summer when a full-sized 400m athletics track runs around its perimeter, while the 1st XI cricket square sits at its heart. There are also long jump, triple jump and high jump areas with tartan hard track approaches. The pavilions, scoreboards and side-screens make this a magnificent venue for cricket and athletics meetings.
The impressive Five Acres Fields accommodates two junior rugby pitches, a further full sized rugby pitch and two cricket squares in the summer.
The whole of our school fields perimeter is also used as a long and challenging cross-country course, with the feared ‘Death Hill’ a fitting final stretch when we host our renowned Spratton Hall Cross-Country Relay Meetings.