Child notes and stories can be linked together, enabling continuity and observation of the learning journey.

Examples of how you might use this feature:

  • Link a new note to an original observation.
  • Show how you plan to support a child’s particular interests and development.
  • Create 6-monthly goals with parents and show the child’s progression on each goal through individually documented stories over time.
  • Link parent feedback to an observation.
  • Note potential next steps relating to a particular story.


Link a note to a story

1. Start by creating a new child note.

2. Click the link/chain icon ('Link to stories or notes'):

3. Select the story or stories you want to link to your child note:

4. Click 'Done' and the story will be embedded into your note:

5. Finish writing your planning note and click the 'Post' button.

6. Once your note has been posted, anyone viewing the note will be able to click on the embedded story link to instantly view the story.

Creating a new child note and linking it to a story you've just created

Storypark makes it easy to create a note instantly after publishing a new story you've written.

After publishing your story you will be taken directly to your story and from there you can click the 'Add a child note' link in the sidebar to open a pop up box where you can create a new child note.

The child in your story will already be selected in the new child note and the story already linked so all you need to do is enter a description in the text area before posting your child note.


Linking child notes to another existing note

1. Start by creating a new child note.

2. Click the link/chain icon ('Link to stories or notes').

3. Select the 'Link to a note' tab.

4. Select the note or notes you want to link to in your child note:

5. Click the 'Done' button and the note will be embedded into your new note.

6. Finish writing your child note and click 'Post'.

7. Once your note has been posted, it will show the existing note that you linked to:

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