Save time and money, and give your parents something amazing.
Tapestry gives you the opportunity to offer parents of the children in your care something special. Enable them to participate in the experiences you offer, by giving them regular access to photographs, videos and notes about their children.
At the same time, give yourself and/or your staff a new tool to help communicate with parents, to monitor progress against several educational frameworks, and to organise the information you keep for every child.
And do this while saving money and time on the traditional scrapbook or binder profiles, with the cutting and pasting, and non-contact times that these frequently entail. At the end of a child’s time with you, give parents access to an electronic or paper version of the journal you have lovingly built up.
Used by thousands of early years provisions and schools all over the world, each setting receives a complete, secure web application with its own unique address, as well as full viewing, editing, and analysis controls. Free downloadable iOS and Android apps enable parents to view the information you want to share, immediately or at your discretion.Start your free trial
We’re really enjoying using Tapestry in our school. The parents are loving it and are really appreciative of having the chance to see what their children get up to during the day.
Articles for Settings
Resilience and early years experience: child, family, community
A parent and three children, one just a toddler, set out on the short walk to school. For them it is a day like any other, and then suddenly it changes. Something catches the attention of the youngest child, just two years old, who slips from the grasp of the...
How do young children learn to make decisions?
Why do we want children to learn to make decisions? Being able to make a decision is an important life skill. We begin to learn how to do it as infants, and continue to learn through childhood and even as adults, when some of the decisions can be bigger and...
When are persistent behaviour issues problematic from a well-being point of view?
Under developed brains are bound to make mistakes! It is part of being a child to learn the what, how and when of life. Mistakes are normal but when a child repeatedly seems to struggle with simple things like engaging in an activity, being around other children, eating, toileting and...