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.

** Earthquake in Turkey and Syria – Urgent Plea for Donations and Items **

Dear members of the SAC educational community, In the aftermath of the tragic and devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, the Jesuit Euro-Mediterranean Province has set up a fund through MAGIS Foundation, NGO of the Province, for those who would like to support...

Behind the scenes with the SAC Soirée Committee 2023

With the highly-anticipated Soirée around the corner, we have reached out to the Committee (featured below) who have been busy working behind the scenes of this year's production, 'Dear West Side'. What does preparing for Soirée involve? Preparation for a night that...

** TICKETS OUT NOW: Sixth Form Soirée – ‘Dear West Side’ **

Woohoo! The long-awaited event of the season is around the corner! Tickets to our Sixth Form's spectacular production, 'Dear West Side', are officially out! Shows will run from the 3rd - 6th February in our College Theatre. Doors open at 6.30 pm. >> Click here...

NEWS: Refurbished Sports Pavilion and new facilities inaugurated

The Sports Pavilion at St Aloysius College has been completed and was officially inaugurated on Thursday 12th January 2022. The refurbished Sports Pavilion with additional facilities is part of a major investment in sport facilities within the complex resulting from a...

Messaġġ tal-Milied mir-Rettur | Rector’s Christmas Message – 2022

Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, our Rector, shares a Christmas message addressed to the SAC Community: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=difo910kWIE (English translation in the description) Blessings to the whole community as we prepare for the coming of Jesus in our hearts!...

‘Rejoice! The Prince of Peace is Born’: Christmas Vigil Mass at the College Theatre

** Rejoice! The Prince of Peace is Born': Christmas Vigil Mass at the College Theatre ** Join the St Aloysius College community for a peaceful and prayerful evening in celebration of the coming of the Prince of Peace. Confessions will be heard from 10 pm onwards....

UPDATE: Success at the Dinja Waħda Awards Ceremony 2022

** Update: Dinja Waħda Awards Ceremony 2022 ** Global Citizenship integrates actions, skills and attitudes which allow us to continue our ecologically sustainable actions that promote and nurture ecological conversion. The Dinja Waħda Gold Award was received on behalf...

Spotlight post: Meet our new Sixth Form Students’ Council

Spotlight Post: Meet our Sixth Form's new Students' Council We've reached out to our newly elected council members to learn more about their aims, plans, and the Council itself: Tell us a little about the Council and how it works. What does it represent/mean to you?...

Dr Roberta Metsola, President of the EU Parliament, visits our College

On the 9th December, Dr Roberta Metsola, President of the European Parliament, visited our College. She had received her education at our Sixth Form between 1995 and 1997. Upon her arrival and entrance into the College Theatre's foyer, she was greeted by our Rector,...

Advent Reflections: A special series

As we know, Advent is a time of reflection and preparation. Throughout the journey towards Christmas, we will be sharing a special weekly reflection, courtesy of our Chaplains and Assistant Chaplains. We have kicked off the series with a lovely piece penned by Fr Paul...