Please bring:
Mallet,  For driving your chisels, or a brass hammer if you prefer.
Shoulder rabbet plane — For fitting tenons. My favorite is the Clifton medium shoulder plane #410. Both LN and LV make some nice shoulder planes (medium sizes best). The Lie-Nielsen rabbet block plane will also work, but not as well as a shoulder plane. 
The School has several of these as community tools, but feel free to bring your own:
#4 Bench plane.  You might like a slightly longer #5, a smaller #3, or a low angle plane (#62), but get one good plane of this size. Lie Nielsen, Lee Valley are good choices, as is an older Stanley if you tune it up. 
Block Plane. The Lie Nielsen #60-1/2 low angle block plane is excellent, as is Lee Valley’s apron plane and some older Stanleys.  
Spokeshave. The older Stanley #52 and #53 are excellent, as are the heavier bodied “Boggs” shaves sold by LN and LV. 
Calipers. Machinist calipers or simpler calipers of some sort. These are useful for such work as sizing a tenon to a mortise — which we will do. 
Rasp and/or file.  Useful for shaping or fine-tuning curves. Auriou makes beautiful rasps.  

The School has the following for each student, but feel free to bring your own:

Mortising or marking gauge — Marking gauges have a single pin, mortising gauges two. Some gauges do both — the beam has two pins on one side (one adjustable) and one on the other. LN and LV sell wheel gauges, which are also good.Card scraper Fine toothed dovetail or small backsaw — You can find many different saws available these days, some expensive and some not so. Most important is that it feels comfortable in your hand. Try a Japanese saw. Chisels.   A variety of sizes, any style that appeals to you. 

Bevel gauge. Older wooden bevels, steel Stanleys, the LV with the lever lock, Shinwa — they will all work fine if the blade locks securely. A 6” or longer blade is most useful. Bring 2 bevels you have them.