Sports plays a major part in the life of a Kenton pupil. In addition to 1hr of Physical Education a week, Kenton students take part in at least 3 extra games sessions.  

Kenton College has a proud tradition in sports and it plays a major part in the life of a pupil at the school. In addition to an hour of Physical Education each week, pupils typically have four scheduled sports practices a week. There are also daily opportunities for pupils to enjoy optional practice sessions before school, before lunch and after school in sports including; swimming, tennis, cross-country, athletics and rugby. 


Pupils are engaged in sporting activities every afternoon apart from on Fridays. As well as practicing the primary sports of the term, pupils also partake in swimming and tennis lessons all year round.


The school play regular inter-school fixtures against other IAPS Preparatory Schools in Kenya as well as competing in at least two major tournaments each term at Under 9, Under 11 and Under 13 level. The level of sport at Kenton College and in Kenya is at an internationally good standard with a number of our pupils competing at international level in a number of different sports.


During the 2016-17 academic year, Kenton College won the Under 9 and Under 13 IAPS cricket tournaments, the Under 11 IAPS rounders tournament, the Under 9 and Under 11 IAPS girl's hockey tournaments, the Under 11 boy's IAPS hockey tournament, the Under 11 and Under 13 IAPS rugby tournaments, the Under 9 and Under 13 IAPS netball tournaments, the Under 9 boys, Under 11 mixed and Under 13 IAPS boys tennis tournaments. Kenton College were also crowned IAPS Athletics and Cross-Country champions as well as finishing as runners-up in the IAPS Swimming Competition. 


Kenton College regularly field up to five teams in each age-group and ensure that all pupils represent the school each term. Pupils at Kenton College receive the same high standard of coaching regardless of their ability or age. Coaching sessions are run by Kenton's highly dedicated and enthusiastic teachers as well as a number of specialist coaches that have either played or coached at international level. 

Kenton College Preparatory School