PRIMARY SCHOOLS COMPETITIONS
Kent Tennis organise Schools competitions throughout the summer term for years 3 - 6. These competitions provide opportunity of fun, enjoyable and competitive tennis for their pupils at the appropriate playing standard. Further information can be found below for specific competitions.
Kent Tennis Primary Schools Doubles Championship
For all levels in Year 3, 4, 5 or 6
4 qualifying events take place across the county in Bromley, Canterbury, Greenwich/Lewisham and Maidstone in May and Early June. A number of teams from each qualifying event will be invited to take part in the Finals which take place at Bromley Tennis Centre in late June. This is a doubles event whereby schools can enter multiple pairs. There are separate events for boys and girls.
Mini Tennis Red (Year 4 and below)
Mini Tennis Orange (Year 5 and below)
Mini Tennis Green (Year 6 and below)
*players can only play in 1 event
Team award for the school that accumulates the most points during the qualifying events
For more information on this event, please contact Siobhan Butler our Competitions Co-ordinator on
The School Games, which is funded by Sport England National Lottery funding and delivered by the Youth Sport Trust, is a government led programme designed to deliver competitive school sport to all young people. A network of School Games Organisers (SGOs) and Local Organising Committees (LOCs) have worked alongside the Youth Sport Trust in delivering three distinct levels of competition since the Games' inception in 2010 - ranging from intra - inter school activity, in addition to the National Finals, which is supported by National Governing Bodies. Tennis is one of these sports and in Kent we have links to the Kent School Games and the London Youth Games.
Kent Boroughs - Kent School Games
This event is for beginners players as an introduction to tennis. It is for years 3 and 4 and is played on a mini Tennis red court /badminton court with soft sponge ball. Your local School Games Organiser (SGO) co-ordinates this event and entry is made by the schools. The player format and scoring may varies depending on the SGO/area.
London Boroughs - London Youth Games
These events involve teams of 4 players with a minimum of 2 girls per team. There are Mini Tennis Red events for Year 3 and 4 players and Mini Tennis Orange events for Year 5 and 6 players. Your local School Games Organiser (SGO) will co-ordinate the event and entry is made by the schools. The player format and scoring may varies depending on the SGO/area.