All posts by Storypark

Christmas has come early for educators using Storypark!

Storypark is like play dough – shaped by the people who use it. Over the last few months we’ve had requests from Educators for features that help ensure your documentation looks as creative as you are. We’ve listened, and are very...

/ December 9, 2015

Canada’s leading Educators are using Storypark

Andrew Fleck Child Care Services has been Ottawa’s leading family-oriented charitable early learning and family support organization since 1911. This blog post from their Executive Director, Kim Hiscott (RECE), shares her observations from using Storypark.  “We’ve always taken a leadership...

/ November 15, 2015

A message from Shane Lucas, CEO of ELAA

“As part of our commitment to identifying and promoting innovation in our sector, ELAA has commenced a partnership with Storypark, providing ELAA members with access to an online platform that assists parents, educators and families to record and communicate learning...

/ September 10, 2015

From apprehensive to addicted – Part 2

Part 2   in Hailee’s story about implementing Storypark The Implementation Whilst Hailee did introduce Storypark quickly, it was not without thought into the processes that would make it work for her centre. All stories are approved by Hailee and she...

/ September 10, 2015

Transforming the partnership between home and school

Corpus Christi school has focussed  a lot of energy on engaging parents in their child’s learning. The school heard about Storypark and were instantly impressed with how easy it seemed to set up and manage and the potential to transform...

/ September 2, 2015

From apprehensive to addicted – Part 1

Lollipops Waiuku teachers have travelled a long way in six months, from nervous novices to absolute advocates of Storypark. The Centre Director, Hailee Minty put Lollipops Waiuku forward to be one of the first Educare centres to adopt Storypark. Hailee...

/ September 2, 2015

Watching language blossom

As a parent I love being able to interact with my daughter of an evening over Storypark.  My other children are now old enough to tell me about their day however Paige is only 20 months old, so she is...

/ July 22, 2015

Getting more involved with grandchildren’s learning

We Skype regularly with our two granddaughters in Tauranga, New Zealand and Storypark has made a huge difference to our little chats. We know what they have been up to in the week and can ask about the work that...

/ July 22, 2015

The impact of Storypark for leading ECE services

I’ve just gotten off the phone with Peter from Storypark and promised I’d write down some of the praise I was giving him in person on the phone. Storypark is amazing. It’s changed the way we’re doing things at LittleWonders...

/ June 22, 2015

Grandparents more involved in ECE despite being on the other side of the world

This blog post is written by Ann and Ted, Grandparents living Solihull, UK.  Our two granddaughters live overseas in New Zealand. We are in the UK so miles away but Storypark has brought us closer. We visited the kindy a...

/ June 21, 2015