Upload Word, Excel, PDF, or txt files to an easy to find area within Tapestry
The ‘Documents’ feature can be used to help educators and parents keep track of important information, without the need for endless pieces of paper which can get lost or become out of date quickly.
The documents you upload can be separated into folders of your choice and will be automatically scanned for viruses. You can edit each file, its name, and its description at any point. You can also choose, on a file by file basis, whether they are visible to parents or just fellow educators.
There are lots of ways you might choose to use this feature, but here are a few examples to make things easier:
- To share key policies and protocols
e.g. fire safety, child protection, data protection, safeguarding, and welfare
- For planning documents
- For resources parents might like to use at home
- For school dinner menus and other provided food information
- For sharing information about term dates and holidays
- For documents regarding events
How you use the Tapestry Documents feature is totally up to you though. We always build features to be flexible so you can use them in the way that works best for you and your organisation.
Managers can enable it through the ‘Features’ section in the control panel.
Watch a short video showcasing the Tapestry Documents feature, led by one of our UK Product Support Team Members, Olaya.
Or for a written tutorial on how to use the feature step-by-step, visit our Tapestry Tutorials.Features
Free and unlimited relative profiles
Add as many family members as you like so they can view and contribute to their child's learning journal and care diary.
When children move between different ECEC services, if the other service use Tapestry, then their learning journal of all their observations can be transferred to the new service for the new educators to continue contributing to.
Download to PDF/CSV and print
You can download almost all the pages from Tapestry as either PDF or CSV files.
Engage in Reflective practice, contributing to a reflective journal for children and staff, as well as for the service as a whole for QIP.