Call for help as nursery school freezes

A nursery for autistic children is calling for help after its aged heating system failed, leaving toddlers in the cold.

Teachers at TRACKS in Stevenage arrived at the Chells-based specialist charitable school for two to six year-olds last week to find the heating system broken. A repair is estimated at �2,000.

Headteacher Nan Canon-Jones said they have been forced to close the school which is normally open every weekday.

“On Friday the temperature in the building was 12 degrees – it’s too cold for the children. They all have a disability of some sort.”

Staff are calling for help to urgently raise the funds for a repair. If you can help call 07955 918248 or go to the ‘support us’ page at www.tracks-autism.org.uk

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