Here, parents can look on some useful resources: 

What is Storypark?

Storypark is an easy-to-use private online service that helps teachers, parents and families work together to record, share and extend children’s learning.

We can capture a child’s development by posting photos, videos, stories, moments, notes and responses. Creating a Storypark account is quick, easy and free for parents.

In our Engageminds learning ,we uses Storypark, a teacher can invite can create a Storypark child profile and invite the child’s parent to it.

Why Storypark?

Supporting parents by:

Be part of your child’s day no matter where you are.

Extend your child’s interests and learning.

Record your child’s stories and keep them forever.

Perfect for any parent or family situation, including working couples, separated parents and overseas relatives.

Free to access.

What is Librarika?

Librarika is a SaaS (software as a service) based smart Integrated Library System (ILS) that is deployed on the Cloud. OPAC is built on each Librarika libraries with easy to manage functionalities.

Librarika ILS is super easy to use, you need no technical skill to manage or use your library in Librarika.

The Value of Risk in Children's Play

We would like to introduce a new feature: Article/Book of the Month in endeavours top share with your latest research and resources on Appropriate Child Development Practices for children aged 2 to 6 years of age.


From the book: “What If Everybody Understood Child Development?” by Rae Pica, here is an article on THE VALUE OF RISK IN CHILDREN’S PLAY which is paramount to every child’s development. We believe children need a good amount of risk-taking in their play. Click the link below to find out more:

The Enemy of Learning

Hello! Article of the month is back as promised. Here’s the 2nd book for you, it’s called “The Enemy of Learning” by teacher Tom. He is a pre-school teacher and a blogger based in Washington, USA. He is passionate about enhancing the learning environment and caring his young student’s well-being. As well as teaching, sharing and discovering new methods with his fellow educators, friends and families all around the world.