Children in the Nursery should wear comfortable, loose clothing which is easy to pull up and down, such as t-shirts, jogging pants and school sweatshirt. Please do not send your child in clothes which are difficult to manage. Dungarees and trousers with buttons/belt (or buttons on shirt sleeves) are very difficult for little ones to undo, especially when desperate for the toilet. Your child will be happier and more confident is they are able to dress/undress themselves.


Please ensure your child wears comfortable shoes with fastenings they can manage themselves.

In the Nursery, your child will need a set of clothes in a named bag. Accidents do sometimes happen and, if it is not a case of getting to the toilet too late, it could be over excitement in the water play!

If your child needs to borrow any items of clothing from the Nursery, please return them as soon as possible, washed and ready to wear.

Main School

We believe that the wearing of school uniform adds to the sense of community which should prevail in a school. The children look neat, attractive and not over or under dressed.

I am pleased to be able to tell you that Bonneville School uniform is now available to order on-line and in store at the local Norwood shop. Wearabouts.

For parents who are not able to order on-line, telephone orders can be made – tel. no. 0800 069 9949.

School bags are available to buy from the school at £9.60 per bag while stock last.  You can also buy one of 2 sizes at Wearabouts 

Either navy blue or white shorts can now be worn for PE, together with a plain white or printed T-shirt which can also be purchase on-line from Wearabouts



  • Royal blue ‘V’ neck pullover or school sweatshirt
  • White or blue shirt
  • Grey trousers (long or short)
  • Sensible shoes
  • Summer: Collared T shirt or similar (royal blue/white)


  • Royal blue ‘V’neck pullover, cardigan or school sweatshirt
  • White or blue shirt/blouse
  • Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
  • Sensible shoes
  • Summer: Blue & white striped/checked dress or skirt; white or blue blouse/shirt

Sports Kit

Sports kit should be should be brought into school on Mondays and taken home on Fridays for the weekend wash. All items should be clearly labelled. School cannot take responsibility for items that go missing.

Winter Sports Kit (From October half term to spring term)

  • Blue tracksuit bottoms
  • Plain white T shirt
  • Trainers (suitable for a range of sports activities. It is unsafe for children to wear their school shoes during PE lessons)
  • Infant and Nursery children should wear easy to fasten trainers.

Summer Sports Kit (From Spring second half term to October half term)

  • Blue shorts
  • Plain white T shirt
  • Trainers (suitable for a range of sports activities. It is unsafe for children to wear their school shoes during PE lessons)

If children do not have their sports kit, they will be given second hand kits to wear. It is vital to note that PE/sports is a compulsory lesson and an important part of our broad and balanced curriculum. It is the responsibility of families with children to remember their sports kit.

Failure to do so will not exclude the child from the session.