This is our latest news. Check back here for all PACEY announcements, news and views, as well as PACEY reaction to government announcements concerning the childcare sector. We'll also share reports and findings from regulatory bodies and our various partner organisations.

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What you need to know about the funding review

The Department for Education (DfE) has published the results of its funding review into the cost of providing childcare in England. Read the key findings here.


Your views on the Childcare Bill

Early years providers have been invited to have their say on the Childcare Bill.


More details around 30 hours of free childcare revealed

The Government is planning to double the amount of free childcare for 3- and 4-year-olds of working parents in 2017


PACEY partners with TfL on Children's Traffic Club London

Work that enables Transport for London's programme to clearly signpost to the EYFS


Spending and funding review details announced

The Chancellor announced today in his Autumn Statement the outcome of the government’s childcare funding review and further details of eligibility for the free 30 hours childcare.


Childcare Professional magazine survey now launched!

Your chance to win by filling in our short survey about Childcare Professional magazine!


Free HMRC webinar for self-employed childminders

Join this free webinar from HM Revenue and Customs


Update on changes to childcare regulation in Wales

Welsh Government today published their response to the recent consultation on proposed changes to Childcare Regulation and Registration in Wales


New report highlights lack of access to free childcare for disabled children

Levelling the Playing Field report reveals the difficulties faced by disabled children and their families in accessing government-funded childcare.