Bonners is a thriving Church of England primary school on the
edge of the Ashdown Forest (member of the
Ashdown Forest Conservation Society). We are
proud of our rural school grounds, together with a
small copse at the end of the playing fields.
Our School Vision:
‘Embracing Christian values, we strive to develop a dynamic and inspiring culture of learning, working in partnership with all members of our community; we aspire to be the best we can be now and in the future’.
Our school is part of the 'Village Schools Association' where other small primary schools within the area, join together and participate in Sports events, i.e. canoeing/cycling, Maths Trails, Poetry Days. It also gives the pupils a chance to meet other children, who may be attending the local Secondary School in the future.
The School has been improved over recent years with an amphitheatre being built for recreational and educational use and, an Early Years play area, which includes a ‘bog’ area and vegetable patch.
In April 2015, we Federated with Buxted CE Primary School and together we are known as South Ashdown
Schools’ Federation. This means we can take advantage of the best practice from two schools to ensure
quality learning experiences for every child
Under the 'Welcome' section, you will find general information on our School, and our extended Community.
If your child is starting school at Bonners, information can be found under under 'Prepare Your Child'.
Details of our local linked playgroup - Stepping Stones, after-school clubs, as well as the local church and parish council can be found under 'Community'.
|Bonners CE Primary School is part of the South Ashdown Schools' Federation||
Bonners, a place where children:
- Learn about Christian Values
- Fulfil their potential
- Are encouraged to have pride in their work and have their achievements celebrated
- Strive for excellence
- Behave well
- Act with sensitivity and respect towards others
- Take personal responsibility for their actions, words and property
- Feel safe and secure
- Are proud to be at Bonners School
- Are not discriminated against in any way
- Are eager to come to school in the morning
- Feel their teachers and carers work closely together