Junior School

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St Aloysius’ College Junior School is an ideal learning environment for girls and boys aged from 3 to 12 years.

It provides a vibrant, caring setting where children are prepared academically, socially and spiritually for life. They are nurtured to become young people ready to take their place, with confidence, in society. Christian values are promoted in every aspect of life at the College, and pupils are prepared for and celebrate the sacraments.

The Kindergarten is located in the Mount Building, while the Infants (P1 to P3) and Juniors (P4 to P6) are housed in a modern building which creates a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The P7 pupils begin to make the transition to the Senior School, with their classrooms located in the main school building, opposite the Junior School.

Our aim is to match our junior pupils’ experiences to their needs as their curiosity, interests and critical thinking skills develop. Pupils participate in sport, concerts and shows. Field trips and excursions are designed to appeal to the interests of relevant age groups, including trips abroad in P7.

Out of School Care facilities are available from 7.45am until 6pm and during most of the school holidays.