• What equipment does my child need for Pre-Reception?

  • What equipment does my child need? - for Years 3 upwards

  • Where do I find out about uniform?

  • Can my child try on uniform before buying?

  • Does my child need to have a mouthguard?

  • Is there pre-season training?

  • Can my child bring his/her own musical instrument?

  • Is there school on Saturday?

  • How do I book school bus transport?

  • Can the school arrange airport transfers?

  • Can you recommend a taxi company for airport transfers?

Pre-Reception children need a small PE bag that stays in school to hold plimsolls, a change of clothes and Wellington boots. Please also provide spare underwear and baby wipes in case of wetting or soiling incidents. During warmer weather children need a sunhat and suncream. Children may also bring a water bottle. We respect the need for younger children who still need personal comfort toys. These can either be left in their bags or be given a special ‘watching’ place in the classroom.
From Years 3 upwards we recommend that children bring their own labelled stationery equipment (handwriting pens, pencils, rubbers, 30cm rulers) to school in a named pencil case. In Years 5 and 6 all children are expected to have a handwriting (or fountain) pen, pencil, ruler, pencil sharpener and rubber. Each child needs a school bag (available from School Colours) to keep their books safe when transporting them around school.
Information about what pupils wear at Kent College Junior School, and where to purchase uniform and sports kit, can be found on the Uniform page of the website.

Visit the uniform page
Yes, sizing samples are available to try on in the school’s Thrift Shop, which is located on the Senior School campus, and is open during term time on Mondays and Fridays, 3.30pm to 5.30pm.
Yes, from Year 2 upwards all children need a mouthguard. Information about OPRO mouthguard fitting (at school in September) can be found on the Uniform page on the school website.
Yes, for Years 5 and 6 there is pre-season training before term starts in September and January.
Yes, pupils are welcome to bring their instruments to school.
There are no lessons on Saturday, but there are optional sports activities which families are encouraged to come and enjoy, and sports fixtures for Years 5 and 6.
Information about timetable, routes and an online booking form is available on the school website.

Visit the transport page
Airport transfers are arranged by parents or the pupil’s guardian. All Junior boarding pupils will need to be collected by a parent, guardian or other named adult from the school.
We recommend Canterbury Airport Transfers tel: +44 (0)1227 455333

Visit Canterbury Airport Transfers website

The best way to get to know us is to come and visit us. We welcome individual family tours of the school on a daily basis where you can spend time with the Head Master discussing your family requirements.

To arrange a visit, please contact the Head’s PA Miss Holly Bayly

on hbayly@kentcollege.co.uk or call +44 (0)1227 762436


Whatever you want to know, please send us an email and we will gladly answer all your questions.