Center and room plans
Store and use plans where they are the most relevant. Whether they relate to your whole center or only to a room or service.
Is your learning service already with Storypark?
Ask them for an invite.
Create plans for each child, link their documentation and goals and have them accessible from their profile. Choose to share with parents or just between educators.
Templates make planning easy and time-effective. No need to start from scratch if you use a particular type plan all the time, set up a template for all educators at your service to use.
Choose who to collaborate with by giving them access to your plans - all or some educators, and even a child’s parents can get involved for richer feedback loops.
Bring together your work across Storypark by linking it to your plans. Show a child’s progression towards their goals or evidence for your own professional development.
Flexible spaces where you can:
Set, plan and work towards your goals and inquiry.
Work with mentors and managers towards your appraisal or accreditation/registration.
Keep records of your professional development.
Save evidence and reflections against your goals and teaching standards.
Providing a daily timetable schedule that you can adapt to ensure your center or room program incorporates all required and valued routines.
Incorporate curriculum areas to support your center’s planning. Enabling you to link documentation, photos, resources and comments to your weekly plans.
A plan and record for individual children. This plan supports parents to share their knowledge of and aspirations for their child. While incorporating your center's recording of the child’s emerging interests and learning, and educators’ plans to support and extend on this.
Connecting and incorporating the foundations and goals of How Does Learning Happen? and your program planning to support environments and experiences that are meaningful for children.