Welcome to St Aloysius College Primary
The Primary School is located in Balzan and was previously Stella Maris School, which used to be run by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary. Students are admitted to the Primary School in Kindergarten 2 or Prep 1 through the ballot system, and go on directly to secondary education after Prep 6.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
St Aloysius College Primary School is a Catholic educational institution, which embraces the spiritual and pedagogical tradition of the Society of Jesus, and provides personal care for all students.
As educators, we guide and support learners to successfully develop their full potential. The skills-based curriculum promotes the physical, emotional, social, intellectual, and spiritual development of all students.
Together with parents and guardians, we aim to foster Ignatian values in our students as they grow into active participants within their community.
Admissions Policy for St Aloysius College
Go on a short virtual tour of our school
Join Ms Daniela Camilleri Sacco, Head of St Aloysius College Primary School, on a virtual tour and introduction to our school.
Global Citizenship at our Primary School
COVID-19 has highlighted just how globally connected our lives have become. It has reminded us that in order to build a more equal and sustainable future, we must understand the global webs of connection that unite us and educate our students to be responsible citizens who stand in solidarity with others for a more humane world.
How are we promoting Global Citizenship at our school?
A range of extra-curricular sporting programmes including basketball (Athleta Basketball Nursery), gymnastics (Gymnstars) and Athletics.
Art – Kidzart
Your child’s flair for art will flourish through these fun and diverse after-school classes offered in collaboration with Kidzart.
Explore the fun world of computer coding! Helping children develop important thinking skills while learning real programming.
A Drama programme managed by the Helen O’ Grady Academy is offered to our pupils, an excellent way to encourage self-confidence and self-expression.
Bricks 4 Kidz®
build on the universal popularity of LEGO®Bricks with new projects each week. Encourages creativity, organizational skills, problem-solving, and teamwork.
To find out more
The activities offered after school hours may change from one scholastic year to the next. Please contact us for more information on the latest programme on offer.
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Fr Jimmy Bartolo SJ
Ms Daniela Camilleri Sacco
Head of Primary School
Ms Grace Navarro
Asst. Head - Knd 2, Pr 1 &2
Ms Michelle Panzavecchia
Asst. Head - Pr 6
Ms Marthese Said Camilleri
Asst. Head - Pr 3 & 4
Ms Roberta Camilleri
Asst. Head - Pr 5
Ms Helena Sammut
Coordinator - Early intervention & therapeutic services
Mr Anthony Mifsud
Mr Daniel Cordina
Prefect of Discipline
19 fully-equipped classrooms
At St Aloysius’ Primary School we are constantly upgrading our facilities to make the best of the environment the school premises has to offer.
Four bright and airy open-plan kinder classes
Our kinder classes are open plan fully equipped to give our young pupils a sense of space and community.
A place where our teaching and administration team gathers for informal encounters.
The Chaplain, together with the Chaplaincy Team at St Aloysius College Primary, strives to address the faith and spiritual needs of the young students. Focused on the formation of students in the Christian lifestyle, the Chaplaincy organises initiatives and activities with an Ignatian flair.
The areas which the Chaplaincy focuses on are the following:
- Liturgical life of the school (Mass, Confessions, Special Celebrations)
- College Year Theme (Developed with whole school and class-based initiatives)
- Specific Prep-based initiatives (e.g. Holy Communion Preparation; Initiatives around St Aloysius, Ignatian Spirituality, Prayer)
Other areas of pastoral activity include
- The quarterly newsletter Accompany – for Parents and Guardians
- Ignatian Formation Team
Our Primary constantly strives to encourage every pupil to develop their full potential
The Primary School Student Council
EkoSkola Programme – Taking care of our environment
Midday Break Clubs Encouraging active citizenship