Managed Services helping Peter Moyes school deliver on IT strategy
Helping build the classrooms of tomorrow is a joint effort between Peter Moyes Anglican Community School and Civica, a market leader in education software, technology and outsourcing services.
Established by the Anglican Schools Commission in 2000, Peter Moyes today educates more than 1,600 students across Primary, Middle and Senior Schools at its campus north of Perth.
The development of the school’s information, communication and technology environment is seen as critical to helping enhance learning and forms part of its on-going strategy.
Civica has worked closely with the West Australian school since becoming the managed service provider in 2012. The company’s responsibilities range from on-site maintenance and support, to maintaining Civica iWise and Maze school management platforms.
The Civica consultants also work closely with the school to help it meet its vision for the future. In 2012, they helped develop a five-year strategy which would propel the school to the front of information, communication and technology in the education sector and improve the services to the wider Peter Moyes community.
Mr Philip Cartwright, Business Manager, Peter Moyes Anglican Community School said the effective integration of technology was critical to academic development.
“We believe that better technology provides a better overall learning experience for students and teachers. It is critical that we provide and maintain solutions that help our school meet our broader strategic goals,” Mr Cartwright said.
“We work closely with Civica to ensure we’re at the forefront of sustainable technology innovation and continue to modernise the classroom experience.”