Pastoral Care & Wellbeing

Pastoral Care

At Haileybury Malta, we believe that a child’s happiness and well-being are fundamental to their success. That’s why we’ve woven a robust Wellbeing program throughout our school, designed to nurture not only academic achievement but also the social and emotional growth of our pupils.

We understand that a happy child is one who thrives, which is why we create a supportive environment where pupils feel valued, respected, and encouraged to be themselves. We also recognise the importance of learning to take reasonable risks, as it’s through these experiences that children develop resilience and confidence in their abilities.

Central to our approach is fostering a sense of safety and security. We empower pupils to navigate life’s challenges by equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and attributes needed to make informed decisions and stay safe. At Haileybury Malta, we’re committed to preparing our pupils not just for academic success, but for life beyond school, where they can thrive as confident, compassionate individuals.

The House system

At Haileybury Malta, our house system isn’t just a tradition; it’s a pillar of support and community woven throughout the school. Operating vertically, it serves as a vital tool in monitoring the mental well-being of our pupils. Older pupils take on the role of mentors for the younger ones, creating a supportive network where pastoral issues are closely monitored and addressed through a peer-mentoring scheme.

Our house system consists of four distinct houses: Angelo, Elmo, Rocco, and Chambray. Each house provides a sense of belonging and camaraderie, fostering healthy competition and collaboration amongst pupils. Through house events, competitions, and activities, pupils develop leadership skills, teamwork, and a strong sense of pride in their house community.

At Haileybury Malta, the house system isn’t just about earning points; it’s about fostering relationships, promoting well-being, and creating a supportive environment where every pupil can thrive.