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A round-up of common questions and answers about the funding to childcare providers offering 30 hours free childcare in England.
From contracts and paperwork to toys and games, there's something for you in the shop
PACEY's PLI is designed to provide you with the cover you need, at a price you'll love
PACEY has submitted evidence to the Better Regulation Executive’s ‘Cutting Red Tape Review’.
An update on changes to the Welsh Assembly on the election of the First Minister, announcment of Cabinet and key priorities
PACEY is delighted to announce that it has won ‘Main Member Website’ at the prestigious MemCom Awards 2016.
Response from Rollem Productions following PACEY's complaint about 'In The Club'
If you've been watching BBC One's drama In The Club, you'll want to read the latest blog from PACEY Chief Executive, Liz Bayram
Last call for your "red tape" concerns
The annual State of Education survey reveals nearly a third (31%) of primary school leaders say that more than half of new pupils are not school-ready.
POLL: what systems do you use to record childcare business accounts?
The government has launched a consultation into amending current rules on disqualification by association.
Wales Business Assessment Questionnaire 2016 - Can you help?
PACEY shows support for the Let The Kids Be Kids campaign which encourages teachers to boycott SATs
The Childcare Act is now law, and from September 2017, 3- and 4-year-olds of working parents in England will eligible for 1140 hours of government-funded childcare per year – the equivalent of 30 hours per week over 38 weeks of the year.
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PACEY is the Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years. A standard-setting organisation, we promote best practice and support childcare professionals to deliver high standards of care and learning. Since 1977 we have provided high quality support to our members and worked with government, local authorities and others to raise standards.
Together with our members - childminders, nannies and nursery workers - we are working to become the professional association for everyone in childcare and early years and ensure our members are recognised for the vital role they play in helping children get the best start in life.