Latest news from SCIS:

SCIS Student Wins 5km Monthly Arusha Fun Run

One of our Year 4 students, Ethan Murray, came first in the monthly 5km Arusha Fun Run this morning, Sunday 13th October 2019. Ethan led all the way, completing the course in 29:30. After the race, while being interviewed for the Fun Run YouTube channel and also for the Daily News newspaper, Ethan praised theRead More

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Upper Primary Sports Day – 2019 / 2020

The Primary Sports day began early with colour and excitement from all the students taking part in a variety of fun activities, which included drenching their teachers by throwing sponges accurately at the victim in the “Hit me with your best shot” game. Additionally, there was much hilarity during the Water Race; Egg and Spoon,Read More

Beacon Sponsor’s Visit

Beacon scholars Faraja Laiser and  Collins Mgomella recently were honoured by a visit from their regional coordinator. The Beacon Scholarship is a leadership development programme that nurtures ‘change-makers’. They find young people with leadership potential who have financial need, provide them with access to the highest quality education, offer leadership training and ‘high-touch’ mentoring, and create aRead More

REMEMBER YEAR 7 WELCOME DISCO – FRIDAY NIGHT

The prefects of St Constantine’s are dressing up and decking out African style for a fun-filled evening of music and dancing to welcome the Year 7s tomorrow night – Friday September 27. Years 7, 8 and 9 KARIBU tomorrow, 6 – 9pm at the school hall …. and don’t forget to come dressed in yourRead More

Students take part in World Clean Up Day

Our efforts made it onto the international World Clean Up Day Face Book site 120 St Constantine’s students took part in World Clean Up Day on Saturday – one of the biggest civic movements of our time, uniting 157 countries across the world, for a cleaner planet. The 80 Primary students and 40 secondary studentsRead More

Buddies boost reading skills

Friday was a busy day with Buddy Reading between 6W and 3E. The year 6’s were supporting the year 3’s with their reading and comprehension skills,   as they learned to enjoy reading for pleasure as well as knowledge.