A modular set of unique integrated software services accessed through the Wholeschool Dashboard including our flagship School Improvement software.
Its goal: to enable schools to make the digital leap to embrace converging technologies.
Wholeschool continue to engage with schools to help put them online with a range of services including websites, branding, email, and social media.
Wholeschool continue to develop its software platform, including flagship products such as Curriculum Mapping and School Development Planning.
Wholeschool win an Ulster Bank Business Achievers Award.
CCEA endorse Curriculum Mapping software that allows schools to manage implementation of the NI Revised Curriculum.
Moodle implementation and support and training for all colleges and schools in CD VEC (now CDETB).
Wholeschool win contract to provide School Development Planning software to all schools in Northern Ireland.
Wholeschool are approved as an IBM Global Entrepreneur business and the only business specifically within the IBM Global Smart Education programme.
Wholeschool win the Belfast Media Top 50 Award at the Stormont Gallery within the Best Start-up Category.
Wholeschool begin the engagement with Capita to start integrating School Development Planning software with Capita SIMS and MySchool, enabling access to 300k users.
Wholeschool opens its Dublin office in the National College of Ireland.
Curriculum Mapping software reaches 10,000 teacher milestone.
Wholeschool begins developing websites for schools and colleges using Joomla, the Open Source CMS.
Wholeschool secure Trademark.
Wholeschool's technical architect introduces Pluralsight to up-skill staff internally. Wholeschool begin engagement with Pluralsight Director of Academia.
Integration with Capita SIMS is complete with over 400 schools using the system.
Wholeschool recruits the first cohort of NCI interns to join the team at Wholeschool and have now continued this relationship every year.
Wholeschool Completes its 50th Joomla Site.
Wholeschool implement the first Pluralsight Campus agreement in Ireland at the National College of Ireland (Dublin).
Over 1.25 million questions have been answered so far using Wholeschool's School Development Planning software.
Wholeschool host Skills Agenda seminar at Stormont with Keynote speaker Kurt Walker (Pluralsight).
Wholeschool attends Scottish Learning Festival, promoting the Wholeschool Software Platform in the Scottish market.
Wholeschool authors the first IBM Bluemix course on Pluralsight.
Wholeschool has been selected to attend the Web Summit in Dublin as a part of the Alpha 20.
Engineering team are in the process of re-architecting their SaaS Platform.
On course to reach the 1million user milestone.