The Haileybury Heritage 

At Haileybury Malta, we truly cherish the uniqueness of every child. We understand the importance of nurturing self-esteem, fostering creativity, and honing decision-making skills during those crucial formative years. As pupils progress through our school, we emphasise not only academic rigour but also prioritise their overall wellbeing and resilience-building. Since our inception in September 2023, Haileybury Malta has been provided with with unwavering support, both in terms of academic provision and pastoral care, from our sister school, Haileybury UK. The impact of this collaboration cannot be overstated, as pupils aspiring to attend universities in the UK, Europe, and the US can do so with confidence, knowing they are backed by a renowned academic institution. This affiliation with such a prestigious British school proves advantageous not only for our international students but also for Maltese pupils and their families, as they strive for the very best university placements abroad.

International Baccalaureate

The Educational structure of the school is based on an application to the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to become an IBO school. The IBO is committed to providing an all-round education that provides students with the skills and experience to thrive in the modern world. The prestigious qualification itself is highly popular with top-ranking universities looking to offer places to the most well-rounded and brightest candidates.


Since our foundation in September 2023, the school caters for a limited number of pupils aged 7-13 (UK Years 3-8). We follow the English National Curriculum from Year 3, building up to pre-GCSE work preparation with our older pupils. When the Pre-Prep opens, our youngest pupils will follow the Early Years Foundation Stage programme in Nursery and Kindergarten, and then Key Stage 1 in Years 1 and 2. In the prep school, we will follow the Key Stage 2 curriculum in Years 3-6, and the first two years of Key Stage 3 in Years 7 & 8. Additional challenging enrichment will be woven into the curriculum in order to extend and enhance students’ academic progress.

When the senior school opens in September 2024, pupils will study towards the IGCSE qualifications, leading to the International Baccalaureate when they reach VIth form, ensuring our students are prepared for life at the best universities across the world.

Educational structure

The Educational structure of the school is based on an application to the International Baccalaureate Organisation (IBO) to become an IBO school. This Accreditation can take up to 3 years from the time of application and will be dependent upon the facilities available in the school building, the quality of equipment, resources, planning, training and staffing.