Role of the Key Person




In order to promote better communication between the staff and parent/carers and therefore meet the developmental needs of the children, we implement a Key Person system at Happy Day's.


A Key Person is a member of staff who will be allocated to you and your child and who will provide a direct interface between yourself and the group about any matters concerning your child.


The role of your Key Person is;

  • To greet you and your child in the morning and record any important information such as a change of adult collector, and new health or medication instructions
  • To receive and note any information regarding your child's home routine, which may have an effect on your child's performance during the day
  • To monitor your child's daily progress and achievements and report any significant news when the child is collected
  • To ask for your input to assist your child's development
  • To provide your child's 'Learning Journey' which is available in your child's room.
  • Observe your child on a daily basis


All staff are responsible for monitoring, observing and assessing the progress in reaching the Early Learning Goals of all the children registered at Happy Day’s. However, your Key Person will be primarily responsible for your child whilst he/she is in attendance at the nursery and should you have any questions, information or concerns your Key Person is the first point of contact.

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1 Eastmoor Road




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01924 332111 or send a message HERE

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