All pupils attending St Bonaventure's wear school uniform from Reception to Year 6.
We have school uniform for the following reasons:
All children are expected to adhere to the dress code. Please ensure that all items are clearly labelled to avoid losing clothing at school.
All items of St Bonaventure's school uniform, including book bags, are available to buy from Famous School Branches either at their shop (186-190 Henleaze Road) or from their website. FSB also carries a range of dark grey skirts, trousers and pinafores as well as tights, socks and PE items.
FSB also carries a range of dark grey skirts, trousers and pinafores as well as tights, socks and PE items.
Our school uniform consists of:
During hot weather:
ALL children should have a PE kit in school each day.
Labelled kit bag containing:
PE kit should be kept in school at all times. Please note that if children do not have their kit in school they will not be able to take part in sporting activities.
Children in Years 3-6 attend 10 swimming sessions per academic year. Children in Year 2 attend 5 sessions per year. These take place at Horfield Leisure Centre on Wednesday afternoons. Children will need to have:
The following may be worn in school:
However, please do not wear jewellery on PE days to avoid any loss of jewellery removed at school. Earrings that have been recently pierced may be taped up during PE.
We recommend that all children with long hair wear their hair up so as to avoid "unwanted visitors"!
Children are encouraged to look for any lost property in the last place they had it. All items should be clearly named to enable them to be easily identified. All items which are unclaimed and unnamed will be placed in the lost property box in the atrium between Reception and Year 1. This will be emptied regularly and all unclaimed items will be given to charity.
The school accepts no responsibility for lost items.
Where to buy school uniform
All St Bonaventure's school uniform is available to buy from Famous School Branches either at their shop (186-190 Henleaze Road) or from their website.
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