What are the requirements for footwear? How many pairs of sports shoes do I buy?
House polo shirts – what does this mean? Do I need to buy a white polo shirt too?
Who wears house ties?
House badges – are these for girls only?
Is the cookery apron compulsory?
Are the boys’ charcoal trouser available with an unfinished hem?
When it is hot during the summer term the Head Master may declare ‘Summer Rig’ as defined below.
Jackets do not need to be worn
Shirts must still have all the buttons done up
Ties must be properly tied
Shirt sleeves may be rolled up to the elbows
Girls may wear either socks or tights
Anklets may not be worn
School uniform shoes should be worn – not sandals
Boys in Years 7-11 will require rugby boots/football boots, cross-trainers for outdoor use, trainers with non-marking soles for use indoors and astro-trainers for use on the Astroturf
Girls in Years 7-11 will require cross-trainers for outdoor use, trainers with non-marking soles for use indoors and astro-trainers for use on the Astroturf
All pupils in the Sixth Form (Years 12 & 13) will require cross-trainers for outdoor use, trainers with non-marking soles for use indoors and astro-trainers for use on the Astroturf but may also
require other footwear dependent upon their chosen sports
The white Kent College Performance polo shirt is part of the compulsory sports kit for all Senior School pupils.
The House polo shirts relate to the Senior School competitive houses (not the boarding houses). New pupils can purchase these at the start of term once they are allocated to a House via the
The House ties are for boys only and can be purchased from the School reception desk once the Houses are allocated at the start of term.
Yes, Senior girls wear House badges on their blazers. They can be purchased once Houses are allocated at the start of term from reception.
Yes, for Years 7 & 8.
No, but there is a generous 2” hem which can easily be adjusted to a longer length.