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Welcome To Sponne School

A very warm welcome to Sponne School.

We work hard to ensure that learning is at the centre of all that we do and are very proud of the achievements of our current and past students. Sponne is a vibrant learning environment and we encourage all of our students to actively engage in all that we offer. Many events take place in addition to our ‘normal’ planned lessons and details for some of these can be found on our website.

I hope that you will find helpful information on our website but do contact us if you would like any further details.



Year 6 Open Evening

Thursday 12th October 2017

Join us for our Year 6 Open Evening on Thursday 12th October 6:30pm to find out how Sponne School will develop your child’s potential.

Towcester Primary, Blakesley, Greens Norton, Tiffield and Whittlebury Primary students should arrive for 6:30pm and make their way to the Main Hall for their presentation and tour.

Nicholas Hawksmoor and Silverstone Primary students should arrive for 6:30pm and make their way to the Sixth Form Area for their tour and presentation.

We would be delighted to welcome students from other schools too. If you are interested in attending this event and are travelling from out of catchment please email Year6OpenEvening(at) giving details of the number of seats required and an invitation will be issued.

Unfortunately parking on site is very limited so guests are encouraged to walk or use the short and long stay car parks within Towcester. We have a lot to share with you therefore the evening will finish at approximately 8:45pm, please consider this when you are making your arrangements for the evening.

If you have limited mobility please email us at Year6OpenEvening(at) so that we can make your tour of Sponne as enjoyable as possible.

We look forward to showing you our school.


School Bus

Dear Parents/Carers

As from tomorrow Wednesday 13th September 2017 the school bus will be leaving the pick up point 10 minutes earlier in the mornings.

This is due to the road closure in Mill Lane, Greens Norton. The new timings will be in place for 4 weeks.
Please see new times below :
Beach Cottage, High St, Silverstone 7.50am
Stocks Hill, Silverstone 7.52am
Village Shop, Greens Norton 8.10am

As from Thursday 14th September 2017 the school bus RT10 – service 528 will be leaving the pick-up
Adstone - 07.40am
Maidwell - 07.47am
Seawell Grounds - 07.55am
Church Street, Blakesley - 07.56am
Woodend - 07.57am
Blakesley (shop) - 08.00am
Greens Norton (Park Farm) - 08.03am
Greens Norton (rec) - 08.05am
Little Court Farm - 08.06am

If you have any queries please see contact details below.
Tess Dearden
Student Services
01327 350284 ext 126


Tesco Bags of Help Scheme - In Store Voting

Sponne School's recent application to the Tesco Bags of Help Grant Scheme was successful.
Our project was put forward to a customer vote in the Tesco store in Towcester during July and August 2017. We asked customers to support our cause 'Mental Health Support for Local Families' . Voting has now closed and we are awaiting the outcome which should be towards the end of September.

Thank you to everyone who voted for us.


GCSE Examination Results 2017

Students at Sponne School in Towcester have again achieved outstanding results in their GCSE exams. This pattern of exceptional performance has continued for a seventh successive year with students not only attaining highly but showing significantly greater progress than would be expected nationally from their starting points at the end of Year 6. Despite the forecast ‘chaos’ with new English and maths qualifications and a 9-1 assessment the results at Sponne not only held up but in many aspects improved for students of all abilities.



A Level Examination Results 2017

Students and staff at Sponne School in Towcester are celebrating another excellent set of A Level results this year with many individuals achieving outstanding grades. Results have been very good for many years with most achieving the highest grades available. Just under 50% of students gained the very highest A*-B grades with all students passing. Students did particularly well with the very highest grades of A* and A grade with a quarter of all results being achieved at these levels.

Amongst the many delighted students today was one who achieved A*’s in all of her subjects, Lucy Adams, who with Laura Simpson (who gained 2A*’s and 1A) will be starting at Oxford University in the new academic year. In addition to this, both Katie Kitchen and Jake Ward gained 2A* and 1A grades in their three A Levels plus an extra AS A grade. Harriet Noy, Evie Bilioni and Jack Holmes all gained an A* and 2 As, whilst a number of other students gained all As in their subjects including Josh Adams, Peter Best, Michael Fish and Sophia King. Many other students gained at least 1 A* or A in their set of results.