Inclusion

St. Aloysius Primary and Secondary Schools are inclusive, mixed-ability schools whilst in the Sixth Form a few students with learning difficulties are admitted under specific criteria if the environment is deemed as being conducive to their learning requirements.

The College strives to implement inclusive practice which is fully reflected in its mission statement where we strive to support our students develop into Men and Women for others whilst supporting them into reaching their full potential not just academically but also as human beings.

The school provides a holistic education to a number of students with Special Educational Requirements through ensuring that each individual’s learning needs are met and different areas of learning are addressed. Whilst academic education is given priority other aspects of learning are also addressed. These include the continued development and refining of motor skills, communication skills, social skills, independent living and community skills and cultural skills.

Curricula are adapted to meet the learners’ requirements to ensure that each students’ potential is reached and students leave the school as well-prepared for future adult life as possible.

The introduction of Vocational subjects at secondary level and specialist lessons addressing life skills and employability skills, nature classes, cooking and independent living lessons, tutorials addressing organisation, time-management and study skills are ensuring that students are exposed to different opportunities to reach their objectives.

Inclusive practice is reflected in all activities within the college including AMDG Nights, Talent Nights and Soirees.

The College is introducing Universal Design for Learning practices both through its curricula and through the physical set up and environment of the three schools.

Celebrating the feast day of St Ignatius of Loyola: the Pilgrimage continues!

July 31st is the feast day of the Founder of the Society of Jesus; St Ignatius of Loyola. From a noble and soldier to pilgrim and founder, he was a truly different kind of saint, often described as 'worldly', who encouraged his followers, the Jesuits, to 'find God in...

In Memoriam – Mr Paul Borg

  We are deeply saddened to announce the sudden passing of Mr Paul Borg; a greatly respected colleague, beloved friend, and inspiring teacher. Everyone within the educational community at St Aloysius College and beyond is still incredulous at the sad reality that...

Magis Summer Programme for Primary and Secondary school students

The Magis Summer programme consists of targeted revision classes for a select group of students in most need of additional support, in preparation for the upcoming scholastic year. What does Magis mean? *Magis is a Latin word that means "more" or "greater". It is...

UPDATE: Secondary School Library – Summer 2021

Like previous years, our College students can borrow books from the Secondary School Library over the summer months, as from Monday 12th July 2021. The opening days and times are: Tuesdays and Thursdays between 8.30am and 12pm. Kindly note that the library will not be...

Primary School Book Lists: Scholastic Year 2021-2022

Click below to view and download the book lists: Pre-Prep Prep 1 Prep 2 Prep 3 Prep 4 Prep 5 Prep 6 For more information, email primary@staloysius.edu.mt

Career Guidance services for prospective Sixth Form students

** Attention all prospective Sixth Form students ** The St Aloysius College - Malta Career Guidance Department is offering its help and advice to prospective students in the selection of courses and subjects on: Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st August 2021, between 9.00...

FINAL COUNTDOWN: It’s Soirée week!

We're counting down the days to this year's much sought-after special edition of the legendary Soirée, organised by our talented group of Sixth Formers, which will be held on Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th July 🙂 Have you bought your tickets yet? If not, click here:...

CALL FOR QUOTATIONS: Prefabricated Classrooms

Quotations are being sought for the rental or purchase of Prefabricated Classrooms to be located at the Primary School in Balzan, and the Secondary School in Birkirkara. Supply and installation is to be completed by not later than September 20, 2021. All interested...

How a broken chair has brought us together: An Interschool Online Dialogue between England, Ireland, Italy and Malta

Featured above: Photos taken during the online sessions La Silla Roja, or The Red Chair Campaign, is a Jesuit global citizenship education campaign working to defend the right to education of millions of children and youth all over the world who are out of school....

Highlight: End-of-year Celebration at our Primary School

This past scholastic year has been anything but uneventful! Despite many challenges and setbacks, we have pulled through, made the most and did our best, making this year special too, in its own way. There is always so much to be thankful for! Yesterday's end-of-year...