Your child’s key person, will work closely with you and your child, to build a positive relationship that makes him/her feel safe and secure as he/she settle in giving him/her confidence to participate and enjoy their time with us.
They will observe your child to ensure that the care we provide meets his/her individual needs. Your involvement is essential in this, therefore we will keep you regularly informed of your child’s progress and in turn the information you provide to your key person about your child’s interests, development and experiences at home will help us to build on your child’s development. Your key person is here to listen and help so please feel free to share any comments or concerns you may have.
You will be informed who is to be your child’s key person once we know the sessions your child is attending.