Campaigns

#letsmakeithappen

This campaign is designed to highlight our key policy priorities and how what we are pushing for on behalf of our members. You can get involved on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

 

Childcare Champions

PACEY's campaign #childcarechampions online and on the website aims to celebrate and promote childcare in a positive way to parents and the sector. Get involved on our Facebook and Twitter pages.

Children in Wales

We are part of the campaign 'Children are Unbeatable' created by Children in Wales to change law for children to have the same protection as adults.

The Welsh Government opened a consultation in Jan 18' on physical punishment.

Be Real

Campaigning to change attitudes to body image and help all of us put health above appearance and be confident in our bodies.

Better Without Baseline  

Alliance of early years organisations and teaching unions that came together in 2015 to oppose the introduction of Baseline Assessment

Child Accident Prevention Trust 

We help CAPT raise awareness of their annual Child Accident Prevention Week, working with our members to help to work to reduce the numbers of children killed and injured in accidents each year.

Fair Education Alliance

Coalition of organisations from across education, charities and business working to tackle educational inequality, building a fairer education for all by 2022

I CAN Chatterbox Challenge

Chatterbox Challenge is all about supporting the development of communication skills through rhyme and song with children in your setting.

Digital Inclusion Charter

PACEY Cymru and other Cwlwm partners have been working closely with Digital Communities Wales to support digital inclusion and development of training, support and information to members in Wales to increase confidence in using digital skills.

Inspiring a Future in Childcare

Campaign to raise awareness of childcare and early years careers and attract more people into the sector

Regulation Matters 

Campaign calling for the registration of all childcarers in the UK, so that nannies and other home childcarers are regulated in the same way as childminders in order to safeguard children, improve childcare standards, and create consistency in the childcare industry

Save Our Early Years 

Successful campaign to change the literacy and numeracy requirements of the Level 3 Early Years Educator qualification