Located on the outskirts of the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, our school is proud both of its 130 years of history and tradition, and of its forward-looking, innovative approach to education. We are a school deeply rooted in the Christian Methodist tradition that welcomes all pupils of every faith and none, and celebrates diversity in all aspects of our school life. ‘Do all the good you can do’ is a guiding principle, and one that allows pupils to grow and develop into confident young adults, aware of their responsibilities and their place in the world.
Kent College has a reputation as a friendly school. It is most definitely a place where teachers really get to know the pupils, and have the time and space to give individual attention, both academically and pastorally. While it is a non-selective school, our students consistently achieve excellent academic results at GCSE, A level, and in the International Baccalaureate. We also offer a wide range of additional support for pupils including English language teaching in our International Study Centre, and a specialist dyslexia unit. We were delighted that at our most recent full inspection (in 2015), the Independent Schools Inspectorate judged the school to be ‘excellent’ in every aspect – the highest grade possible.
Sport, Music and Drama all play a major role in our school life and offer opportunities for everyone, from beginners to elite level performers. We also offer a wide-ranging variety of activities and clubs, as well as the opportunity to work on our School Farm. All of these extra-curricular activities feed into the much wider theme that informs everything we do: that young people who feel good about themselves do well, whatever their chosen path may be.
If you would like to meet our staff and pupils, and to experience Kent College for yourself please complete the form below.
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We are looking forward to welcoming you to our Open Morning on
Saturday 2nd October 2021
9.00am – 12.30pm
Kent College has a reputation for being a friendly and caring school, and our pastoral structure is designed to give all pupils the support they need
from the start of their school career to the day they leave. Our mission is to always be pupil-centred and to focus on enabling every child to become the best he/she can be.
Pupils at Kent College are incredibly lucky to have access to the school’s full working farm, set in 50 acres of land. Moat Farm is a short walk from the main Senior school campus and is open to all pupils. It is equally popular with students who want to be Young Farmers who are aiming to pursue a career such as veterinary science, or with those who simply love the experience of spending time with the wide array of farm animals. The school’s Farmers’ Club has been in action for more than 60 years, and it allows pupils to work with all the animals on the farm: a breeding herd of Sussex cattle, pigs, a small flock of sheep, as well as the farm’s hens,
ducks, rabbits and guinea pigs!
KC Horse Riding is open to all pupils – pupils do not need to have their own pony, so it is a great opportunity for girls and boys who are interested in learning how to ride and look after horses. KC Horse Riding is an approved Pony Club centre, and pupils who ride with us may, if they wish, join the Pony Club and work to achieve lots of different badges (such as mucking out, grooming, horse behaviour, colours and markings), certificates and tests, incorporating horse care and riding.
Many congratulations to the class of 2020 as Kent College students and staff celebrated another successful year for IB, A-level and GCSE. The results reflected the consistently high standards that the school has been achieving for many years across a wide variety of subjects and various different branches of study.
We are proud of all our students and the contribution they have made to the school and to the local and global community. The cohort of 2020 deserves to be particularly recognised for their hard work, professionalism and how they coped during the challenging period of lockdown in the UK using the opportunity to pursue academic enrichment and service.
|IB average (points/45)||38.5||37||37||37||37||36||34||32|
|A level A*-A%||55||52||43||44||49||45||37||48|
|A level A*-B%||77||76||71||67||80||71||63||77|
|A level % pass rate||100||99||100||100||100||100||100||100|
|GCSE A*-A% (2018 onwards 9-7)*||48||48||36||38||46||38||37||39|
|% achieving 5 or more GCSEs||100||100||98||100||100||100||100||100|
The termly fee ranges are currently as follows:
|Year 7||£17,391 ( £5,797 per term)|
|Year 8||£18,588 ( £6,196 per term)|
|Year 9||£19,038 ( £6,346 per term)|
|Year 10||£19,242 ( £6,414 per term)|
|Years 11 – 13||£19,995 ( £6,665 per term)|
|Years 7-8||£26,901 ( £8,697 per term)|
|Years 9-13||£37,017 ( £12, 339 per term)|
|Years 7-8||£ 22,491 ( £ 7,479 per term)|
|Years 9-13||£ 32, 943 (£10,981per term)|
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We look forward to welcoming you to Kent College, Canterbury.