A leading independent school in Northamptonshire

Welcome to Quinton House School. Located in Northampton our independent school inspires children from Pre-Prep through to Year 13. Our academic results speak for themselves and our ethos of treating children as genuine individuals has been fundamental to our culture.  Learning in a beautiful listed building, which dates back to the 12th century, Quinton House School has been exceeding academic standards for over seventy years.

Discover our exceptional school and how Quinton House inspires a lifelong friendship with learning to enable our students to realise their dreams.

Throughout the lockdown periods, Quinton House provided certainty, consistency and structure at a time when all were hard to come by through seamless and uninterrupted on-line teaching.

We are delighted to welcome all our children back into school and hope that you will want to come and visit us.  Our Admissions department remains open, ready to tour after school and during the holidays and always ready to talk to you about your child’s educational future.

Welcome from the Headmaster - Mr Thomas Muskin

Quinton is a beautiful school both inside and out, it has an old soul but refuses to stand still. The school has a clear purpose which is to house, protect, nurture, and inspire children. Our aim for all our students is to allow them to develop and prepare for their next step into the world with confidence, tolerance, resilience, and courage.

At Quinton we approach our studies and co-curricular life without fear and embracing challenge. The way we do this is by ensuring the pastoral care that wraps around all our students is first class and trusted by our children. That coupled with an innovative curriculum that expands out further than steppingstones to examinations.

The curriculum at Quinton is designed to stimulate and inspire our children to think and speak confidently making them hungry for more. We promote project work, research, healthy debate and innovation with a healthy reflection on how our decisions can affect others allowing our students to challenge adversity and complacency.

We want our children to thrive not survive their schooling and we believe our healthy and balanced co-curricular programme and pastoral care are at the centre of maintaining the wellbeing of our children.

The co-curricular programme spans across many genres and that is what we strive for. This allows our students to have choice and balance in their school lives. The activities we offer aren’t always simply for our students to be participants, we work hard to promote leadership and ambassadorial clubs that then get to work across the school as our students positively affect the lives of both their peers, staff and community.

Quinton is underpinned by our values and desire to make our children happy, confident, and successful. The children are always at the heart of what we do and they inspire us as individuals to work harder. The school is a wonderful place to work, and I do hope you wish to find out more.

Why choose Quinton House School?

Academic Excellence

Quinton House students consistently achieve results well above the national average with over a third of GCSE results in 2019 at grade 7+.

Small Class Sizes

We are committed to offering teaching and learning in small classes so that students’ needs are met and opportunities for development explored.

Tailored Learning Programme

Our broadly non-selective admissions policy ensures each student receives a tailored learning programme designed to maximise their examination outcomes.

Exceptional Co-Curricular Programme

From Pre-Prep to Year 13 we offer over 100 co-curricular clubs and activities a week, including sport, music, languages, performing and creative arts to support students’ personal development and progress.

Stunning and Supportive Learning Environment

Quinton House offers a warm, friendly learning environment, creating a strong community on a beautiful historic site. Students work in an atmosphere of mutual support with an appreciation of their contribution to the wider world.

Sport and Competition

Students from Years 3 to 13 take part in competitive sporting fixtures with 31 students playing at county level or above and 9 academy players in either Rugby, Football or Netball.

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