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

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

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

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

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

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

The financial and practical impacts of Storypark

Hi I’m Natasha and I own and manage Small Poppies. We are an early learning service based in Ruakaka in Northland, New Zealand, with 6 teachers and 50 children. We adopted Storypark in January 2014 and the results have been significant for our...

/ December 11, 2014