All posts by Storypark

Flutterbys Preschool on engagement and documentation

After searching for two years for an online program that would suit our needs we found STORYPARK!  We immediately loved the simplicity and connectivity Storypark offered our service. Storypark has already helped us improve our practice: Documentation of children’s learning...

/ June 11, 2015

Storypark is supporting the YMCA

Lorraine Duncumb, YMCA Group Manager of early childhood education comments on her experience of using Storypark across the YMCA’s services. “Before using Storypark we had around 5% of parents that would contribute and provide comments about what was going on for children...

/ May 25, 2015

Supporting children’s learning in Cleveland, Ohio.

This blog post is written by Elise Dietrich, Director at Apple Blossom Childcare in the USA. I’ve experimented with several apps over the years and Storypark is the only one that does what I want it to do easily.  Apple Blossom...

/ May 5, 2015

We use Storypark! Downloadable resources

Have you seen our new resources for people who use Storypark? They include a printable poster, Storypark logos for print and web, and ‘We use Storypark’ badges for print and web. The resources are for ECE services to use on...

/ May 4, 2015

Announcing the launch of Storypark’s ‘conversations’ feature

Storypark’s technical wizards have been working amongst their boiling cauldrons and foaming test tubes to create another small piece of magic, Storypark conversations. Conversations means you can choose who you wish to have a conversation with, send them a message and...

/ April 14, 2015

What does it take to achieve an ‘Excellent’ NQF rating?

This blog post is written by Narelle Dawson, Director/Teacher at Bribie Island Community Kindergarten, one of only 33 centres in Australia that have achieved an ‘Excellent’ NQF rating. Narelle shares some background, ideas and reflections about being ‘Excellent’.  “The Bribie Island...

/ April 12, 2015

Working in a community context

Amy Hutson, Supervisor, Salvation Army Early Childhood Education Centre shares her thoughts on the impact of Storypark. Our centre is a community based childcare centre with 28 children attending daily but a license for 50 children because of our parenting programme. We operate...

/ April 7, 2015

A journey to Storypark

This blog post has been written by Meagan Bell, recipient of a 2014 Prime Minister’s award for ECE at Kanata Research Park Family Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. For six months, Storypark has facilitated an evolution at KRP – changing how our...

/ March 31, 2015

Early Childhood New Zealand + Storypark

The following blog post is created by Early Childhood New Zealand. Research shows that partnerships with families are a critical part of early childhood education. A solid foundation in this area is an investment in the future of the child....

/ March 31, 2015

Storypark for Android!

We are very pleased to announce the launch of Storypark’s app for Android devices! Quickly and easily capture images and video while you’re in the moment with a child or even record their voice via audio as a comment on...

/ February 16, 2015