PACEY's blog - food for thought

BLOG: The importance of an elevator pitch in a childcare setting

We know that talking about ourselves – blowing our own trumpets – can be a daunting idea, but having a good elevator pitch is an essential tool that can help your business thrive and attract potential parents.

10/09/2021

Posted by Billy Welsby, Marketing Executive, PACEY | with 0 comments

BLOG: The summer may be over but the fun never stops!

As a new school year starts, that doesnt mean that the fun has to end! 

07/09/2021

Posted by Billy Welsby, Marketing Executive, PACEY | with 0 comments

BLOG: Having difficult conversations with parents

Now more than ever having a strong partnership with parents is vital. Knowing them well will allow you to have difficult conversations. 

02/09/2021

Posted by Lucy Lewin, PACEY Advisor | with 1 comments

BLOG: Promoting happy & healthy relationships between children and animals

This week we were thrilled to partner with the RSPCA who chatted to us about the importance of introducing children to any animals in your setting safely, as well as discussing how they can help support childcare and early years practitioners through their Compassionate Family program.

19/08/2021

Posted by RSPCA | with 0 comments

BLOG: Embracing the outdoors with babies

Many practitioners are unsure how to entertain babies outside, but actually it is quite simple. Give them a chance to just be... allow them time to explore their surroundings, feel different textures and have the freedom of no walls.

17/08/2021

Posted by Sarah Camp, Kamelia Kids Day Nursery & Beach School | with 1 comments

Out of the shadows...

The last year has been a whirlwind in the childcare sector. Find out all of PACEY's achievements as we worked tirelessly to effect change and get the results our members want. 

10/03/2017

Posted by Liz Bayram, Chief Executive, PACEY | with 0 comments

The magic of volunteering

The first week in June is always Volunteers' Week, run by NCVO. It's a great reminder to all organisations to say thank you to volunteers. It's great, because as a nation we don't always think to thank the people who help us. My job is supporting volunteers and highlighting the work they do so volunteers week is very special to me.

07/06/2016

Posted by Sarah Edwards - Volunteer Officer, PACEY | with 0 comments