I like to let mine sit for 10-12 days before racking to secondary, and I don't even check the gravity before that. If you take it off the yeast too soon it won't have a chance to clean up potential off flavors, plus fermentation still could be happening even though you see no airlock activity. It just slows down near the end, especially with honey in the recipe. In fact I'll suggest giving it 14 days before racking because of the honey. Either way there is not much reason to check gravity until you're ready rack it.
If you used the Safbrew S-33 listed with the kit, beer calculus
says to expect a FG of 1.012 - 1.014. I'd check it after a week, and if that's where it is then you can rack to secondary if you want. Or you could just leave it in primary for 3-4 weeks and go straight to bottle/keg.