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St Albans School: Moodle

St Albans School

Supporting the future of e-learning at St Albans School

When Titus Learning first met with St Albans, the school had been using Moodle for some time, but were seeking a Moodle Partner to improve and revitalise the platform.

Following a detailed consultation with the team at St Albans School, the initial brief was agreed upon, in which we established four key project areas:

Migration of Moodle from an existing supplier to new infrastructure and an upgrade to the latest Moodle version.

A new Moodle theme to overhaul the look and feel of the site and improve the user experience.

Proactive support alongside ongoing hosting and maintenance.

Integration between Moodle and the school’s management information system – Double First Engage.

In addition to integrating the new MIS system, we also ensured that other tools, including the school’s homework management system and content production tools were tightly integrated with the new Moodle platform.

We were also involved in assisting St Albans School with the promotion of the new VLE to stakeholders, training staff and students, and notifying users of ongoing developments.

Our team continues to liaise with the schools’ VLE team, as well as monitoring the usage and performance of the Moodle platform remotely to ensure everything is running smoothly.


We were delighted with the personal level of contact Titus Learning offered during the transition phase. Furthermore, Titus Learning’s offering mirrored our goals and where we wanted to go next, and therefore, it was a good fit. One of the most important aspects is the ability to offer wide-ranging digital assessments. Titus Learning’s big win is on the digital assessment side.

Charles Gould
e-Learning Coordinator
St Albans School

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