Honeypot Nursery in Pictures

So many exciting things happen in the course of each school year that it’s not always possible to photograph them all, but we try our best. Here are a collection of images.

Our manager attended a Cultivating and Harvesting Willow course back in March and learnt how to make a willow wigwam.  The children, as part of their forest school session helped prepare the ground and plant the willow wigwam.  As you can see from the pictures it is growing very well and the living structure makes a fantastic den.


We are always reflecting on our practice.  In the summer of 2018 we added a Tree Trail to our garden to allow the children to challenge themselves through physical play.  The new addition has allowed even the younger children to play and explore and try new ways of doing things.  We have seen confidence and resilience  grow from challenging themselves through physical play.

Over the summer holidays of 2016 the nursery underwent a face-lift!  The building works are now complete and it looks fantastic!


A new shelter has been added along the front of the nursery allowing the staff to create outdoor classrooms.  Double doors from both the pre-school room and the baby room allow free-flow to the outdoor area.

A new baby garden has been created allowing the youngest children to play outside safely.
A brand new baby room has been created allowing us to provide a more suitable learning environment.
A sleep room, with a cot allows children to feel at home and rest in a calming environment.
The new windows and flooring in the toddler room has created a light and calming place for the children to explore and create.
The pre-school room has also had new flooring and windows.  Double doors allow access to the outside.  Children help to prepare snack each day in the new kitchenette.


















Father Christmas dropped in at our Christmas party to surprise the children with a gift!
prince harry
Prince Harry visited Weeton camp!
The library van came to Weeton and the children chose books for our reading area.













  1. Good afternoon,

    I am currently living in Cyprus as a dependant with 2 Mercian; the batallion is moving to Weeton Barracks between April and August next year. I’m looking for information in preparation for the move. Do you accept 30 hour funded children? And do you mind me asking what hours staff work within the setting?
    Kind Regards,
    Emma Harper.

    1. Hi Emma,
      Yes we do accept the 30 hours funding. Currently nursery opening times are Monday – Thursday 9am – 3pm and Friday 9am – 12pm.

      Sarah Holliday
      Nursery Manager

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