Take a tour of Kent College, Canterbury from the safety of your home

PUBLISHED: 12:20 29 April 2020 | UPDATED: 10:29 30 April 2020

Kent College (photo: Jason Dodd)

Kent College (photo: Jason Dodd)

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“An excellent choice for those wanting a wide range of options” The Good Schools Guide

Moving up to Year 7 from your child’s current primary school needn’t be a daunting process.

Kent College makes the transition to senior school as straightforward and stress-free as possible, whichever school your child is coming from. An outstanding system of support ensures that Year 7 pupils thrive in their new environment.

With the current social distancing in place, schools cannot open their doors for you to visit but at Kent College, we are still able to welcome you to our school and show you our senior school campus through our virtual tour below. This will provide you with an insight into day to day life at KC and give you a flavour of our family-friendly atmosphere.

“Inspirational, challenging, supportive, friendly and exciting” is how students describe life at KC.

Kent College is known for its outstanding results and is regularly ranked in the top 10 schools in the UK for the International Baccalaureate as well as offering 24 A levels and Cambridge Technicals. Its mission is to focus on enabling every child to become the best they can be. With small class sizes, bespoke timetables and a wide range of academic clinics, students receive a high level of individual care and attention to support their progress and to help them to achieve their full potential.

School is so much more than results however and Kent College also excels in sport and the performing arts and with 60 extracurricular activities, there really is something for everyone.

Academic, Art, Darma, Music and Sport scholarships are available to those with exceptional talent.

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School is so much more than results however and Kent College also excels in sport and the performing arts and with 60 extracurricular activities, there really is something for everyone.

Academic, Art, Drama, Music and Sport scholarships are available to students with burgeoning talent so please get in touch with our friendly admissions team at admissions@kentcollege.com to find out more or call 01227 763231

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