Tag: About Storypark

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

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
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iOS educator’s app updates

iOS educator’s app updates Near the end of April, the old iOS educators app will no longer be available. Many of you will already be using the new iOS app which was released in April 2020. For those of you that aren’t, now is the time to get it from the app store! You can read more about the new...

/ March 8, 2021
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An advanced CCMS platform – Storypark Manage

Behind the scenes at Storypark HQ, we have been working on an exciting new partnership to bring you an advanced Child Care Management Software solution that integrates with Storypark. A new partnership between Storypark and Xap Technologies are jointly offering early childhood education and care centres in Australia a powerful technology solution that provides the most advanced, customisable cloud-based CCMS...

/ November 9, 2020

How technology now helps Australian parents to feel more confident

Technology now helps parents to feel more confident and better understand their children’s development. Storypark’s new partnership with the Australian Government funded parenting website raisingchildren.net.au delivers trusted information and insights about children’s development into the hands of more parents in Australia. Storypark is used by more than a third of all ECE services in Australia. Their team of global advisors...

/ June 19, 2018
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Storypark welcomes Kirsty Traill to its Board of Directors

Storypark is excited to announce a new chapter in its growth and impact by welcoming Kirsty Traill to its Board of Directors Kirsty is passionate about making a difference for children and families around the world “Storypark’s purpose of helping every child fulfil their unique potential really speaks to me” states Kirsty. “Their deep understanding of their market and customers,...

/ June 14, 2018

What is the impact of Storypark for children, families and educators?

What we see: We surveyed our Storypark families to ensure we’re making an impact. We have been delighted with the responses: 97% of parents felt that Storypark has enabled them to be more involved in their child’s learning. 94% of parents felt that Storypark has enabled their wider family to be more involved in their child’s learning. 96% of parents...

/ February 13, 2017

Storypark is a values based company

Our Values Stronger together We include, respect and generously support each other through the good and the bad. It takes a village. We believe it takes a village to raise a child and support stronger, engaged families through our work We have a shared sense of responsibility – to ourselves, to each other and to our customers Collectively we offer...

/ February 13, 2017

Maria Aarts, Marte Meo and Storypark

Maria Aarts now sits on the Storypark advisory team alongside other thought-leaders from around the world including Charles Pascal, Joce Nuttall, Sue Robb and Anne Meade. This group helps guide Storypark to ensure we develop features that encourage the best possible practices and outcomes for children, families and educators. Maria Aarts is the founder of Marte Meo, and a world-renowned...

/ November 9, 2016