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Sue Asquith and Sarah Griffiths on the Role of OAP in Building Resilience and Supporting Emotions

In this interview, Sue Asquith discusses the cyclical process of observation, assessment and planning and how that then links with Ofsted’s ‘intent, implementation and impact’. Sarah Griffiths then suggests a range of practical well-being activities and support that we can give children, as well as how to help parents to support their children at home.
· August 27, 2021

Sue Asquith is an Award-winning Early Childhood Consultant, who was an Ofsted Outstanding childminder, as well as being a mentor, lead childminder affiliated with local children centres and an early lead language practitioner on the ECAT project.

Sue has worked on Department for Education funded projects with charities including PACEY, ICAN, Communication Trust and NDNA. Her first book Self-Regulation Skills in Young Children was published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in April 2020.

Sarah Griffiths is the Founder of ‘Enriching Young Minds’ and is the Author of 4 Amazon top 10 best seller books. She supports the wider community, visiting hundreds of schools across the West Midlands and beyond to develop children’s love for stories, for reading and writing for pleasure.

Sarah is Creative Learning Director at EYFSHome, leading an experienced team of teachers and authors to create content to support children’s development in key areas.

In this interview, Sue Asquith discusses the cyclical process of observation, assessment and planning and how that then links with Ofsted’s ‘intent, implementation and impact’.
We use personal, social and emotional as a worked example, including how to plan as children start to return full-time to settings.

Sarah Griffiths then suggests a range of practical well-being activities and support that we can give children, as well as how to help parents to support their children at home. She explains how books can be used as discussion starters for children – and can even help the adults as well!

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  • In this interview, Sue Asquith discusses the cyclical process of observation, assessment and planning and how that then links with Ofsted’s ‘intent, implementation and impact’. Sarah Griffiths then suggests a range of practical well-being activities and support that we can give children, as well as how to help parents to support their children at home.

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