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Hints and Tips for your Curriculum with Catherine Lyon and Sue Asquith

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Agenda

THIS IS A RECORDING OF A LIVE WEBINAR; that you can choose to share, pause and rewind at your leisure.

Catherine and Sue discuss ideas on how to simply design your curriculum this summer PLUS:

Sue Asquith, international early childhood consultant and author of ‘Self-Regulation Skills in Young Children’ will introduce the topic of self-regulation. We all want the best outcomes for the children in our care. We want them to be able to make friends, learn at school, behave well in socially acceptable ways and become independent. All these skills have roots in personal, social and emotional development and self-regulation!

Enjoy :)

Presenter

Catherine Lyon

Catherine has been involved in Early Years and education for over 40 years; as a student, practitioner, team leader, trainer, assessor, manager, business owner of nurseries (‘outstanding' and award-winning) and a small training company 'registered' with Cache. She has been a RgNI (Inspector with Ofsted) and a Quality Assurance Assessor (with the National Day Nurseries Association).
In her current roles, she often also acts as an advisor/coach/consultant in the UK and internationally, particularly across Asia.

FACILITATING PRACTICALITIES - Catherine understands situations from all perspectives-child, staff, parents, teams, management and also the necessity of how to make it all possible through successful systems for a thriving business. She is passionate and strives for high-quality early years education, where the child is at the centre of practice and there is an emphasis to “get everything right”.

UNDER THE 'ABOUT' ON HER LINKEDIN PAGE YOU WILL FIND HER CURRENT AIMS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS -https://www.linkedin.com/in/sparkearlyyears/