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

Storypark welcomes a wise new advisor

Christine Legg Christine Legg, Chief Executive Officer of KU Children’s Services began her teaching career in South Australia, then moved to NSW to join KU over 30 years ago. Chris has been actively engaged in promoting the rights of children...

/ February 15, 2015

Supporting young parents with Storypark

This blog post is written by Kelly Ann, Senior teacher at Te Whare Whai Hua in Gisborne, New Zealand. Our early learning centre is located on a local high school premises, and we were established alongside a Teen Parent Unit...

/ February 12, 2015

Storypark in practice at an International Baccalaureate School

 An interview with Robert Hutton, Junior School Assistant Principal, Kristin School, Auckland, New Zealand.  Before Storypark, what were your previous methods of keeping parents up-to-date with their children’s daily activities and progress?  We used written portfolios, (brief) end-of-day conversations with parents, showing parents...

/ January 30, 2015

Product update

We have released significant changes to Storypark, making it easier and faster to navigate around. Click the menu button at the top left of your screen to open the new menu. Here you will find quick links to your personal profile, draft...

/ January 27, 2015

A many-hat-wearing Grandmother’s perspective on Storypark

This blog post focuses on Kath Cooper’s experience of Storypark as a Nani and is the second part of her two part series. Check out last week’s post to hear more about her perspectives as a Lecturer and Educator. Hi,...

/ January 25, 2015

A commentary from Kath Cooper – Educator, Lecturer, Mother and Nani

This blog post is the first of two, and focuses on Kath’s perspectives as an Educator and Lecturer. Stay tuned for the second post next week. Kia ora koutou, nga mihi maioha ki a koutou katoa. Ko Kath Cooper ahau,...

/ January 19, 2015

What does the winner of the Prime Minister’s Award for Early Childhood think about Storypark?

The following is a testimonial from Meagan Bell, recipient of the Canadian Prime Minister’s Award for Early Childhood in 2014. She comments on her use of Storypark at the Kanata Research Park Family Centre in Ottawa, Ontario. As we began...

/ January 7, 2015