New home for Paperchain pre-school and nursery after linking up with London Colney primary school

PUBLISHED: 14:06 30 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:25 30 January 2018

Children play in the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny Loo

Children play in the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny Loo

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After years of searching, Paperchain Pre-School and Nursery has found a new home at London Colney Nursery and Primary School.

Children and staff of the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny LooChildren and staff of the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny Loo

Thanks to this lifeline, Paperchain has opened a purpose-built nursery room and covered and uncovered outdoor play area this month.

Paperchain’s owner Caroline George said: “My ethos is every child should be able to have a pre-school education that should not break the bank.

“If not, there is no incentive for them to go to work.”

A morning’s care at Paperchain costs £14 per morning, which Ms George claims is “unheard of” in St Albans and London Colney.

Children play in the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny LooChildren play in the new Paperchain nursery at London Colney Nursery and Primary School. Picture: Danny Loo

The nursery was previously based at St Peter’s Parish Centre, but only had a small courtyard for a play area.

They won a government grant in 2008 to create a purpose-built nursery before the funding was removed by the coalition government.

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