Social & emotional wellbeing

The Social and Emotional team was formed during the scholastic year 2017/2018 to look after the social and emotional wellbeing of St Aloysius college learners and members of staff.  It also aims to work with parents/guardians in a way that helps their social, emotional and spiritual development and wellbeing.

‘Social and Emotional wellbeing creates the foundation of healthy behaviours. It also helps prevent behavioural problems and mental health issues’ (National Institute and Care Excellence). 

As a team we are committed to ensure that students develop holistically by giving them our full support and by helping them acquire social and emotional competencies.

The purpose of the team is to formulate and implement policies and practices regarding social and emotional wellbeing, namely,

  • self-awareness
  • social awareness
  • self-management
  • relationship management
  • responsible decision making

The team is made up of different professionals from the three schools within St Aloysius College: Fr Jimmy Bartolo sj, Helena Sammut, Angele Briffa, Suzanne Pace and Suzanne Mohnani.

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...

Celebrating 100 years from the founding of Stella Maris School by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary

Celebrating 100 years of dedication to the education of our children Did you know that St Aloysius Primary School was originally Stella Maris School, founded by the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary (FMM) 100 years ago? Watch the video below to learn more about our...

In memoriam – Mr Matthew Naudi

    Our dear colleague and friend, Matthew Naudi, passed away late last week, leaving us all shocked and saddened by his loss. Matthew joined St Aloysius College as an LSE in 2013, and became a prefect soon after. He was also the founder of Whiz Team Adventure, which...

More than 1,800 vacant places for students in Church Schools

The Admission Regulations for Church Schools in Malta for the scholastic year 2023-2024 have been published on the website of the Archdiocese of Malta. The Admission Regulations for Church Schools in Gozo for the scholastic year 2023-2024 will be online by the 25th...

An Eco-Adventure at Park tal-Majjistral with our Prep 5s

An Eco-Adventure at Park tal-Majjistral featuring our Prep 5s Our Prep 5s have recently visited the il-Majjistral Nature Park for an exciting programme of eco-focused activities, in line with our College's Global Citizenship ethos. https://youtu.be/ntMZ6_89WJE Each of...

Update: Primary School Student Council 2022-2023 – Election Results are out!

Following election day, which was held in our Primary School's Assembly Hall on Friday 28th October, we are excited to announce the newly elected Primary School Student Council (2022-2023)!  Click below to see the full results: 2022-23 ELECTION RESULTS Huge well done...

In memoriam – Mr Joseph Baluci

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Mr Joseph Baluci, who was a teacher at our Secondary School from 1992 till 2000. Mr Baluci taught Maltese and Art. He was very much involved in cultural activities at the college (such as in the organisation of concerts and...

Presenting the new annual theme: Bridges of Peace

As many of you know. this year's Foundation Day also marked the inauguration of the new annual theme: Bridges of Peace. Ms Christine Rossi, our Ignatian Formation Coordinator, tells us more about the rationale of the theme: In view of the war which is happening at our...

Foundation Day 2022: Celebrating our College’s 115th birthday

Happy Foundation Day!   On Monday 10th October, our entire educational community commemorated our College’s 115th birthday (official date: October 8) with a variety of activities taking place around the three schools. From a scout and guide parade to a special...

Happy World Teachers’ Day!

TO ALL MEMBERS OF STAFF AT ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE Dear colleagues, We are writing to thank you, educators at St Aloysius College, for your vocation, commitment and generosity. May the Lord bless all your efforts to reach out to students of all abilities in our College....