Advice and answers from the Storypark Team

For Teachers

Specific info for early childhood educators. See the General section for everything else.

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Planning (coming soon)

Your new planning area is coming soon

Introducing a better way to plan with your team
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Where have my old planning notes gone?

'Planning' replaces teacher planning notes. Child notes can be found on a child's profile page
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Create a plan

Start a plan from scratch or from a template
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Working with planning templates

Save time by starting a plan from a template. Create your own templates to suit your needs
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Who can access a plan

Plans can be private to you, teacher-only, or shared with teachers and parents
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Room planning

Each room has its own planning area
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Planning categories

For a better way to filter and search your plans
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Add children to a plan

Easily see what plans each child is in, or choose to share with parents of children added to a plan
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Add text, colours, images, videos and documents to a plan

Learn how to add content and build your plans
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Linking plans, stories and child notes together

Use links to show progression or threads of learning, and get a better overview
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Edit, archive or delete a plan

Managing current and closed plans
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Order and filter plans

Find plans of the same type using categories
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Print a plan

Print plans for the wall, or share with parents and go paperless!
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Move a plan to another room

Plans can be moved between your main planning area and any room
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Two people working on the same plan

Collaborate on a plan together
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