Welcome to Sixth Form!
A whole new and exciting chapter awaits…
Welcome to SAC Sixth Form
St Aloysius College Sixth Form is a post-secondary Jesuit institution aimed at preparing students for further and higher education. Our mission as a school community is to enable young people entrusted to our care, to develop their full potential through an Ignatian education in a caring environment.
We strive to empower students to develop integrally as responsible and self-giving persons by attaining intellectual competence, fostering critical thinking, deepening their spiritual and moral values, and strengthening their growth in faith and social commitment.
** 𝐈𝐌𝐏𝐎𝐑𝐓𝐀𝐍𝐓 𝐔𝐏𝐃𝐀𝐓𝐄: 𝐒𝐢𝐱𝐭𝐡 𝐅𝐨𝐫𝐦 𝐀𝐝𝐦𝐢𝐬𝐬𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐬 𝟐𝟎𝟐𝟑 **
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Explore our Mission Statement, ten reasons for choosing our Sixth Form, and a taste of what makes the experience we offer unique!
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The Code of Behaviour
The Code of Behaviour
The Code of Behaviour comprises a set of practices and procedures that together form the Sixth Form’s plan for helping students to behave well, learn well, and grow into mature persons.
Good behaviour is essential for effective teaching, learning and the personal growth of students. This Code provides a just and reasonable system to ensure responsible behaviour by students, staff and parents/guardians. It also helps the Sixth Form community to promote the School’s ethos and foster positive relationships.
Consequently, it aims at helping all members of staff,
students and parents/guardians to collaborate in creating
a healthy sense of belonging.
Also in the Curriculum
Since physical activity is essential to physical and mental well-being, sports is a key component of our curriculum programme. Find out more.
The Personal Development Programme is designed to aid students in their personal growth and character formation. Find out more.
The Magis 45 programme is an explorative space that provides Sixth Form students with moments of reflection and evaluation. Find out more.
Our Methodology Course aims to teach students the basics of sound logic and argumentation skills in writing assignments and essays. Find out more.
The aim of the Social Responsibility Programme is to give the students an experience of service to vulnerable and/or marginalised people in society. Find out more.
This is the Christmas message by Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, Rector of St Aloysius College. This is the message in full: Dear members of staff, students and parents, We are, once again, at the end of our first scholastic term and preparing ourselves for the celebration of...
A launch of the new Fitness Centre was held on Tuesday morning. Members from Vassallo, together with the administration of St. Aloysius College and P.E teachers of the school were present. The new fitness centre is part of a major investment in sport complex...
Fr Jimmy Bartolo SJ
Ms Gabriella Abela
Head of Sixth Form
Ms Annelise Abela
Assistant Head - Student Affairs
Mr Daniel Buhagiar
Assistant Head - Academics
Dr Lionel Chircop
Assistant Head - Academics
Ms Suzanne Mohnani
Ms Cristina Spiteri
Bro Raul Petru Ciocani
Regent - Chaplaincy Assistant
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** Attention all Prospective Sixth Form Students **
Sixth Form Chaplaincy
- The Chaplaincy also provides a warm and welcoming space for students to relax and feel at home, accompanying students during their stay at St Aloysius’ College Sixth Form. The Chaplaincy Team is made up of a lay chaplain and a Jesuit.
Amongst other formative experiences, twice a year, all students participate in an enriching day retreat called Soul Space, during which they have the opportunity to reflect about their life and explore questions about faith and spirituality.
Another important aspect of Chaplaincy is cura personalis, a Jesuit term for ‘care for the whole person’ and respect for all that makes up each individual.
The Social Responsibility Programme (SRP) and the Voluntary Work Programme for students are organised by the Chaplaincy.
Our Sixth Form encourages students to involve themselves as active and responsible citizens, and develop their full potential
The Sixth Form Student Council
The Sixth Form Green Team
Bristol University Chemistry Camp
Walking the Camino de Santiago