Sixth Form Students’ Council

The student council is made up of a group of 8 students: 4 first year students and 4 second year students. They are elected by the student body every year in November. They are a key link between the student body and the administration. They are an extremely active and dynamic council that take care of various initiatives such as organising a welcome party for our first year students to settle down and feel at home. They also organise events to showcase students talents such as the Amplified concert, or student debates on current issues.

The council regularly organises fundraising events such as bake-sales, quiz nights or film nights to support important initiatives such as Pink October or the Jesuit campaigns. They regularly put forward proposals to the management of how to improve the student experience as well as select refurbishment projects that the council can carry out for the Sixth Form.

Discover Educard – a JAYE company

What is Educard? Educard is a children’s educational game which targets children aged between 5 and 7 years. At Educard, our aim is to help visual learners read and understand basic subjects like Maltese, English, Mathematics and Science. Each card has been designed...

Reopening of Church Schools – Statement by the Secretariat for Catholic Education

Read the full statement issued by the Secretariat for Catholic Education regarding the reopening of Church Schools: 34 FTUH SKEJJEL TAL-KNISJA MT Parents/guardians are encouraged to follow the guidelines communicated by the College.

YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH IS A PRIORITY: STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND THE CHURCH SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION

YOUNG PEOPLE’S MENTAL HEALTH IS A PRIORITY STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND THE CHURCH SCHOOLS ASSOCIATION The Secretariat for Catholic Education and the Church Schools Association (CSA) are concerned about several issues raised in the white...

An Easter message and e-card from Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj

Our Rector, Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, shares a special Easter message for all, from the Jesuit Community's Garden. Click here to watch it You can also view his e-card below: ** A reminder about the EASTER VIGIL ** The event will be live streamed from the St Aloysius Chapel...

NEW VACANCY: Assistant Head – St Aloysius College Sixth Form

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Juvenes Translatores translation contest: Sixth Form students get special mention

Juvenes Translatores is an annual contest aiming to promote multilingualism and provide an introduction to translation for students attending colleges around Europe. Following their successful participation in last November's edition, three of our Sixth Form students...

Behind the scenes of this year’s edition of the Sixth Form’s Soirée

In the run-up to this year's edition of the popular Sixth Form Soirée, meet the Committee who is working (read: dancing, singing, writing, painting, and so much more) hard to put on a memorable show ('Bringing Back Footloose: A Drive-In Experience' - sounds exciting,...

Marking the start of Lent at St Aloysius College

Both live and online Ash Wednesday celebrations were organised by the respective Chaplaincy teams and staff from our three schools, marking a special and spiritual start to the Lenten period. PRIMARY SCHOOL Two celebrations were organised (8am for p3-p6 and 9.30am...

Support book collection project for libraries in Tanzania

Mr Laurence Zerafa, the brother of Mr Anthony Zerafa who was teaching Physics in Sixth Form until his retirement last June 2020, is a librarian who spent time doing voluntary work in Tanzania. He is back in Malta and now has a mega project going, collecting books for...

REOPENING OF CHURCH SCHOOLS – STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARIAT FOR CATHOLIC EDUCATION

The Secretariat for Catholic Education (SfCE) in consultation with the Church Schools Association (CSA) has taken note of the sharp increase in COVID-19 cases reported by Public Health Authorities, reaching a significant peak today 6th January 2021. The number of...