Activity reports give teachers, head teachers, managers and network managers new insights into activity and trends happening at their early learning services. To access your reports page click on your early learning service’s ‘Reports’ tab. Each report has two views – a graph view, and a table view.

They let you understand, for example:

  • if parental engagement in a child’s learning has been increasing or decreasing
  • which children are getting the most stories and which children are missing out
  • which children have the most family members and which families leave the most comments
  • and much more.

The information a report can contain includes:

Stories by teachers

  • number of individual stories for all children
  • number of individual stories for a child
  • number of individual stories by a teacher

Stories by family members

  • number of family stories for all children
  • number of family stories for a child

Group stories

  • number of group stories (stories with multiple children) for all children
  • number of group stories for a child
  • number of group stories by a teacher

Family comments

  • number of family comments for all children
  • number of family comments for a child

Teacher comments

  • number of teacher comments for all children
  • number of teacher comments for a child
  • number of comments by a teacher

Child notes

  • number of child notes for all children
  • number of child notes for a child
  • number of child notes by a teacher

Story views by family members

  • number of family story views for all children
  • number of family story views for a child

Community posts

  • number of community posts
  • number of community posts in a room
  • number of community posts by each teacher

Story dates

  • last story dates for each child
  • date of the last story by a teacher

Login times

  • date of the last login by a teacher
  • amount of time a teacher has logged in to Storypark

Learn how to ‘Create a report’, here.

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