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.

Meet EASYBEADS – our Sixth Form’s award-winning JAYE company

Following their success at the Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation (JAYE Malta) finals and awards night, we have touched base with the talented team behind easybeads: How did easybeads come along? What inspired you? Easybeads came about because of...

Update: Ongoing works at Sports Complex

Works are currently underway at the College Sports Grounds. All the surrounding olive trees have recently been transplanted to the Jesuit Retreat House at Mt St Joseph in Mosta, while other trees are in the process of being transplanted within the St Aloysius College...

Friends in the Lord Week at our Primary School

The community celebration which took place on Friday 13th May  brought together the various visits and encounters which were held over the past couple of weeks with the theme 'Friends in the Lord'. Featured above: Formation of Ignatius 500 (the Ignatian Year theme) by...

Fundraising Update: Solidarity with Ukraine

TO ALL MEMBERS OF STAFF AND PARENTS/GUARDIANS OF ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE PRIMARY SCHOOL, SECONDARY SCHOOL AND SIXTH FORM Dear colleagues and parents/guardians, St Aloysius College Malta would like to thank you for your donation during our recent fundraising event for...

Years of Service Awards Ceremony – a special College event

On Wednesday 11th May, our College held the first edition of the special Years of Service Awards Ceremony for members of staff who have generously served at College for more than 25 years. It was a great opportunity to be grateful for all members of staff. We also...

Information Meeting for Prospective Sixth Form Students (scholastic year 2022-23)

**ATTENTION: Prospective Sixth Form Students (2022-23)**   >> ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE SIXTH FORM INFORMATION MEETING <<   Date and time: Thursday 9th June at 9.30 am Venue: Secondary School College Theatre, Birkirkara   * Kindly note the session will be...

Connecting with God: a special Ignatian exercise for our Secondary School students

The Secondary School chose this Ignatian Year to launch the regular practice of the Examen in our school day. The Consciousness Examen is a prayer which St. Ignatius recommended to be done every day in order to learn to seek and find God in our daily life.  The...

Presenting the People for Others Programme (POP) – a Secondary School initiative

Our College aspires “to foster compassionate and responsible men and women with others and for others, committed to the poor and persons in need.” In order to help our students experience this more actively, the Secondary School has recently launched the People for...

REFURBISHMENT OF ST ALOYSIUS COLLEGE SPORTS & RECREATIONAL COMPLEX

St Aloysius College, in its efforts to provide its students and its Sports Complex members with the best sport facilities possible, is venturing on a very ambitious project whereby the Sports Complex will be totally refurbished and managed by Vassallo Group Ltd. The...

Update regarding use of masks from May 3 at St Aloysius College

Following the lifting of most of the COVID-19 measures, kindly note that from May 3 the use of masks will not remain compulsory at St Aloysius College.  We do however suggest that students and members of staff use masks according to their discretion, particularly...