St Albert College

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College Organisation

The College is organised in such a way so as to ensure that it adopts a long-term vision and that it is proactive rather than reactive in anticipating change.

The ultimate responsibility for the College lies with the Maltese Dominican Provincial Council. The Council’s representative for College affairs is the Rector, who oversees the running and development of the College. The executive leadership, management and administration of the College is the responsibility of the Headteacher, who is assisted by a Deputy Headteacher with responsibilities for the Junior School and two Deputy Headteachers for the Senior School, with responsibilities for Curriculum matters and for Pastoral Care respectively. An Inclusion Coordinator also works as part of the Senior Leadership team focusing on this key area in the school’s short and long-term development.

The College is run on a collegial and participative basis through the various leadership teams, which deal with developmental and day-to-day issues. These teams include the Administrative Team, the Pastoral Care Team, the Curriculum Development Teams, the Support Team, the Spiritual Direction Team and the Parent-Teacher Association among others working on an ad hoc basis. The various teams have a common mission which is based on the College’s aims. Furthermore, all members of staff are involved in the College’s development through seminars and development days, which are held on a regular basis.

The College is continually evaluating its progress and effectiveness. It periodically commissions educational experts to conduct objective Whole-School Reviews. Furthermore, all members of staff undergo continuous professional development to help them keep up to date with the latest developments in education.

College Uniform

Our College uniform was introduced some years ago after a process of consultation and deliberation within the Parent-Teacher Association. The new uniform reflects our ethos – that of a school where the student’s well being comes first and foremost. It is a modern smart-casual uniform that offers the student unprecedented levels of comfort and flexibility while at the same time, retaining a stylish appearance.

The uniform can be purchased from Co-Ed, which is situated in Attard. Grade 1 (Primary) to Grade 5 (Primary)

Smart Uniform:

College Polo Shirt College Sweatshirt College Jacket College Bermudas Grey Socks Black Shoes

Sports Wear:

House Colour T-shirt College Shorts College Tracksuit Shorts White Socks White Sport Shoes

From Year 6 (Primary) to Form 5 (Secondary)

Smart Uniform: College Polo Shirt College Sweatshirt College Jacket College Long Trousers College Bermuda (optional for Year 6 and Form 3) Grey Socks (short socks to be worn with the optional College Bermuda) Black Shoes

Sports Wear:

House Colour T-shirt College Shorts College Tracksuit Shorts White Socks White Sport Shoes

Students are expected to wear the complete uniform and to ensure that they look smart at all times. They are also expected to follow the College’s disciplinary rules regarding hairstyle and jewellery. Parent Participation

Parents are expected to participate in all the meetings related to their son’s welfare. They are also strongly encouraged to participate in educational talks and other activities organised by the College.

The Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) also depends on the collaborative and participative spirit of parents who would like to be directly involved in creating a better learning environment for their children.