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In line with funding from Welsh Government from October 21-March 22 PACEY Cymru are now able to offer a package of subsidised pre-registration training and support. Yn unol â chyllid gan Lywodraeth Cymru rhwng Hydref 21 a Mawrth 22, rydym bellach yn gallu cynnig pecyn o hyfforddiant a chymorth cyn-gofrestru â chymhorthdal.
PACEY continues to support single mother Nichola Salvato in her legal challenge around childcare payments.
Today PACEY is proud to join over 700 organisations calling on Government in England to make a strategic investment in babies, children and young people in the upcoming autumn Spending Review
Today (20 October) The Nuffield Foundation published its latest review into early education and childcare titled ‘The role of early childhood education and care in shaping life chances’, which PACEY contributed to.
PACEY Cymru were delighted to hear that PACEY member Gaynor Richards, a childminder from Llandysul, was the winner of the recent competition run by WeCare Wales on Instagram following nomination and a public vote. Roedd PACEY Cymru yn falch iawn o glywed mai aelod PACEY, Gaynor Richards, gwarchodwr plant o Landysul, oedd enillydd y gystadleuaeth ddiweddar a gynhaliwyd gan Gofalwn Cymru ar Instagram yn dilyn enwebiad a phleidlais gyhoeddus
PACEY members in England and Wales who work as a nanny or within a nursery setting are invited to take part in a survey on working during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This week the DfE issued further clarification on coronavirus measures in a FAQ document for early years and childcare settings in England.
The Department for Education has announced its reformed National Professional Qualifications which includes a new qualification in Early Years Leadership (NPQEYL) available from autumn 2022.
The Minister for Education and the Welsh Language has today announced the future arrangements for COVID-19 Testing for children and young people in Wales. Cyhoeddodd y Gweinidog Addysg a’r Gymraeg heddiw trefniadau i ddod ar gyfer Profion COVID-19 i blant
Over the weekend, new reports published in the Telegraph hinted at potential government plans to relax adult-child ratios in early years settings in England if staff qualification levels were higher.