Experts would argue that children’s well-being is very dependent on the quality of the relationships they have with those adults closest to them, including their key person at nursery or pre-school. The key person role is much more than a point of contact for parents. Their role is crucial in nurturing children’s personal, social and emotional development, which as we know, underpins their capacity to learn in other areas. I have enjoyed a professional dialogue with a fellow consultant colleague, Wendy Baker, who specialises in children’s well-being. Find out more about what Ofsted inspectors look for when assessing the role of the key person and my top tips for supporting children’s well-being by listening to this podcast….