As part of the school’s on-going process of curriculum development, St. Constantine’s International School is pleased to announce that the school is now offering its current and future students BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in Business, Travel & Tourism and Sports. The school, which is fully accredited by Edexcel to deliver this internationally-recognised course.

I can’t believe it!” my friend exclaimed. “We’re just about to climb the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the WHOLE WORLD!” I have to admit, I was pretty excited too as we stood at the gate leading to the mountain. . Who knew a small gate could contain an album of unforgettable memories?The first 45 minutes of our climb, 24 of us were bursting with excitement as we chatted away about who we thought were going to make it to the peak. However, our bubbly spirit soon started to wear out despite the shade provided by the dense trees in the forest.  We had stops to catch our breaths.  We had to drink more water and  stop more frequently as the route became harder and steeper.

More than fifty amazing Science protects were prepared and presented by one hundred and twenty Secondary students and thirty Primary students. Families and friends, together with the the entire school staff were invited to learn and enjoy the magic of Science through different experiments which showed the most creative side of Science. To read more, please click here.

The Year 8 students of St. Constantine’s International School left the school on Thursday 27 February 2014 to explore the elongated lake of Lake Eyasi. Located just south of Serengeti National Park and ninety miles away from Arusha, Lake Eyasi is a stunning Tanzanian gem when it comes to educational trip.

The SCIS Year 2 children enjoyed an in school incursion last Friday, 14 March, 2014, and had the opportunity to stay back at school until dark to investigate the night!  The Year 2 at the Town Campus wrote a review of the evening together.  The smart Year 2 students from both the Town Campus and the Main Campus in Burka, stayed back at school to be involved in a range of activities to do with Light and Dark. 

We celebrated our first ever book week this year. The celebration was a great opportunity to promote reading and the written word. Our students had a great time throughout the week,All week children have been involved in book reading, acting, creating, innovating and listening. Many children now know their teachers favourite books and why. Everyone was overjoyed to play their part in the events. We also had a book sale which proved to be very successful.