The World Education Games takes place next week and St Constantine’s already has entries for over 40 students. The Games involves competing in Literacy, Maths and Science through a series of online activities against other players all over the world on the 13th, 14th and 15th October.


  St. Constantine’s A Level biologists visited ISM Arusha on the 10th and 11th September 2015 to attend a lecture presented by the Aston University Team, Dr. Julia Brown and Dr. Mohammed Ashraf.

   On day one, the team introduced themselves and the invisible, invincible, treatable and preventable world of microbiology. We learned that the world around us is full of microorganisms which are too small to be seen with the naked eye. To understand this tiny life forms, microbiologists study and understand how to control them.

On Monday morning, 22nd June, 37 Year 6 students and four teachers blazed a trail to the Savage Wilderness Safari Camp in Sagana, Kenya. It was a significant moment for the students and teachers involved, but also for the school as a whole, where international trips are becoming normal in the Secondary School, but have rarely happened on the Primary side.

On April 30th and May15th, the Prefects’ Council hosted the 4th annual SCIS House-themed talent hunt. The event was lead by MCs Simaloi Sikar, and Nellissa Soka, accompanied by other fellow prefects. Students from Olympia, Delphi, Athens, and Sparta all competed for the winning title.

On the 13th of May, 2015, we hosted Braeburn and Kennedy House for the first ever Tag Rugby tournament on our new, well manicured Rugby pitch. Our students were in high spirits and ready to take on their opponents on the field. Our Year 3/4 team played their first match against Kennedy House and displayed excellent ball-handling skills. Theo (Y4), Brightson (Y4), and Antonio (Y4) made great runs to score against their worthy opponents.

Last weekend we were very proud to donate our latest collection of clothes, toys and books to the orphans at St Gemma's.  As you are all aware we support a local school that is also home to orphans.  The Community Service team, led by Mrs Marandu, are supporting our Round Square ethos by learning how to help others who are less fortunate than ourselves.  The items that were donated by our students last term have now found new and very appreciative homes!  We are continuing to collect things this term so please send your children with any clothes that they have grown out of or toys they no longer play with.  We are also in the process of making products in our Community Service time that we intend to sell at