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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Free learning opportunity for childminders in England

In partnership with the Communication Trust, PACEY is offering childminders in England the opportunity to complete the Level 3 Award in Supporting Children and Young People’s Speech, Language and Communication online. 


Tesco apologises to PACEY childminders for inaccurate portrayal

Tesco Magazine Editor, Jenny McIvor, has personally apologised to PACEY childminders for an innacurate portrayal in the magazine


You can be a chicken hero

Join us and pledge your support to the FSA Chicken Challenge campaign, which aims to raise awareness of campylobacter.


Childminders able to use alternative premises from January, without additional registration

Childminders in England will be able to use alternative premises as part of their practice from January, without the need for additional Ofsted registration. 


New study warns of childcare workforce shortage

University report warns that Government promises on childcare provision are not viable due to lack of funding 


Research on food in nursery settings

New online study into feeding children in nursery settings


Free childminding business cost calculator

New tools to help you respond to the Government’s funding review


Latest from PACEY's blog

Check out PACEY's blog for insight and inspiration.


PACEY welcomes antipodean visitors

PACEY welcomes Australian childminders to its HQ in South East London. 


Ofsted launches Early Years report

Ofsted's 2nd annual Early Years report shows improvement in quality