Category: Storypark

News and product updates from us here Storypark

2021 – The year in review

2021, how did you speed by so fast!?! After another year of uncertainty, one thing has stayed the same… the love of inspiring content to help you in the important work you do with children and their families! That’s why it is time to dig up and dust off the most popular articles from our blog in 2021. These articles...

/ December 9, 2021

A strong sense of community in British Columbia

Storypark has been a wonderful addition to our childcare programs at the Alexandra Neighbourhood House Children’s Centre. During the global pandemic, our families had limited access to our programs, and couldn’t fully experience the classroom documentation in our spaces. It was the best thing we could have done for our families as it was a way to reconnect our families...

/ December 2, 2021

What happens when your child leaves their learning service?

It’s that time of year here for transitions, changes and wrapping things up! Lots of parents ask our support team what happens to their child’s Storypark profile when they leave. Whether your child is going to school or simply moving to another service, we’ve got you covered. Storypark doesn’t own your child’s stories and information, we simply store it for...

/ November 11, 2021
New Canaan Nature Center Preschool

When nature meets technology

When nature meets technology When nature meets technology, wonderful things can happen for your learning community. The New Canaan Nature Center Preschool is the oldest nature-based preschool in the United States. The children who attend the preschool are lucky to have access to 40 acres of gardens, forests, fields, ponds and streams. “Every day we see children grow their confidence,...

/ October 10, 2021

Why are so many centres shifting to Storypark?

In 2021 we’ve welcomed the largest volume of new customers we’ve ever seen who are already using an alternative family engagement platform and want to shift to Storypark. We work to make every customers’ set-up and ongoing Storypark journey exceptional, so ask why they’re shifting. Here’s why people have shifted to Storypark: Superior family and educator experience – beautifully designed...

/ October 4, 2021

Daily Routines Updates

Daily Routines Updates The daily routines feature on Storypark has been an invaluable tool to educators in all corners of the world. We have been overwhelmed by the love and positive feedback you’ve shown for it. It not only makes sharing important information with parents easier, but it also saves you paper, and most importantly, TIME! To highlight how popular...

/ September 21, 2021

Shifting to Storypark

Moving to Storypark was something that had been on our minds for a wee while, years really! Within the realm of early childhood, many other kaiako and whānau are using Storypark with rave reviews. A quick search through any early childhood facebook forum will tell you it is super popular. Our team always wondered what they were missing out on,...

/ August 31, 2021
child using ipad with teacher

What is Storypark Child Mode?

What is Storypark Child Mode? If you are an iOS Educator App user, you now have the ability to safely record children’s reactions, voices, views and thoughts about their learning via audio or video using the new Storypark Child Mode feature! This exciting new feature enables you to capture not only children’s voices but their language, expression, intonation, emotions and...

/ August 23, 2021
garrison petawawa

The Importance of Family within the Early Learning Environment

Located in the Ottawa Valley, Petawawa, Ontario is home to Garrison Petawawa, one of Canada’s largest and busiest military bases. The Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre (PMFRC) provides a wide-range of programs and services for the families of Canadian Armed Forces members, including several full and part-time child care programs. Our early childhood educators work hard to support military families...

/ August 22, 2021

Supporting high quality ECE outcomes in Toronto

The Quality Early Learning Network (QELN) is a group of leading not-for-profit early learning and family support agencies who are dedicated to the impact they make for children, families, educators and communities in Southern Ontario. Although the organizations who are part of the QELN all operate independently, they share ideas and support each other in their pursuit of quality outcomes....

/ August 19, 2021