Welcome to PACEY's 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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Today (20 July) Ofsted has published its latest briefing titled ‘Education recovery in early years providers: summer 2022’ drawing evidence from Ofsted summer term inspections in England and discussions with early years inspectors.
Today the Met Office has issued the first ever red extreme heat warning for areas in England on Monday 18 and Tuesday 19 July, where temperatures are predicted to break record highs.
Today (13 July) Brendan Clarke-Smith has been announced as the new Children and Families Minister at the Department for Education.
Today (Monday 11 July) Ofsted has updated its inspection handbook and ‘myth busting page’ on GOV.UK in response to sector feedback.
Are you currently managing staff in your setting? Or are you looking to recruit new staff for your nursery or childminder setting? Then this webinar is for you.
PACEY will be hosting a free webinar with NCFE and Early Years Alliance (EYA) to provide further context around the review as well as early indicative findings. This webinar is available to any early years professional and is free to sign up.
PACEY has been working with The Fawcett Society on a new report launching today looking into comparative systems of early education and childcare across the world.
Today (Monday 4 July) the Government in England has announced several proposed changes for the early years and childcare sector as part of its focus on improving the cost, availability and accessibility of provision for families.
The Government has launched a renewed marketing campaign aiming to increase the number of families using government support for early education and childcare provision in England and Wales
Yesterday Ofsted published its latest statistics on early years and childcare providers in England showing a continued decline in numbers.