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End of year transitions

It’s beginning to look a lot like… well, that time of the year when you seem to have even less time in the day than you do the rest of the year.  Things always seem to be that much more...

/ November 20, 2018

Storypark as a teaching and learning tool

Storypark as a teaching and learning tool in a curriculum and pedagogy unit in the Department of Educational Studies, Macquarie University. Dr Rebecca Andrews and Ms Paula Haalebos. The staff and second year early childhood students in the Department of...

/ October 11, 2018

How technology now helps Australian parents to feel more confident

Technology now helps parents to feel more confident and better understand their children’s development. Storypark’s new partnership with the Australian Government funded parenting website raisingchildren.net.au delivers trusted information and insights about children’s development into the hands of more parents in...

/ June 19, 2018

Australian Privacy Act 1988 – what you need to know

New laws came into effect this year in Australia, which updates their Privacy Act to include mandatory data breach notifications (Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Act 2017). This means companies who are operating within Australia are now required to notify...

/ March 26, 2018

How Bayside Park Early Education Centre achieved an ‘Exceeding’ NQS rating

The director at Bayside Park Early Education Centre, says “we pride ourselves on our relationships with parents – and feel that our open and honest communication provides a solid foundation for us to work together to support, develop and enjoy...

/ February 27, 2018

The Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development with Storypark

Parents now have easy access to the most up to date scientific knowledge on early childhood development through Storypark’s partnership with the Encyclopedia on Early Childhood Development. “The goal of the Encyclopedia is to have as many parents, family members...

/ February 27, 2018

The day the elves visited Storypark

However you choose to celebrate the holiday season in your family, it is often a time for fun, food, family and excitement. But for many families, budgets don’t stretch to anything extra for young families during the holiday season. As adults,...

/ December 13, 2017

Storypark provides a time efficient, holistic planning platform for whole centre planning

Lynne, an early childhood educator for Nelson Tasman Kindergarten Association in New Zealand has been using Storypark’s new planning feature for several months with Nayland Kindergarten and shared with us her experiences and how this service plans holistically with their...

/ October 25, 2017

Planning with Storypark helps teachers succeed at Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano

Tānia Gaffey is a dedicated early childhood educator and mentor who has shared her experiences with using Storypark’s new planning tools and how Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākano (an urban-based, kaupapa Māori, Bronze Enviroschool in Thorndon, Wellington) have customised plans to...

/ October 25, 2017

Families collaborate on planning for children’s learning at Norman Park Kindergarten

Kara is a dedicated educator at Norman Park Kindy in Brisbane, has been a Storypark user for three years, and has written before about the impact Storypark has on her work as a teacher and on the lives of the...

/ October 15, 2017