News from the SCIS archive

Month: September 2016

SCIS makes TZS 1 million Donation to Testigo Africa!

On Monday 26th September, the students from Year 1 to Year 6 welcomed a guest speaker to our school. Our guest speaker was Ms Tracey Sawyer, Director of Testigo Africa, an organisation which facilitates projects designed to improve the social and economic wellbeing of the Masai people in Tanzania. In terms of what the organisationRead More

Primary School Forces in Action!

In Term One, the students of Year 5 have been studying: Forces. Students have been conducting a series of experiments, to find out the effects of air resistance, as well as how upthrust affects the weight of objects in water. They are now proficient when it comes to using a Newton-meter. Recently, the students haveRead More

New Competitive Sport Shirts for Primary Students

Last term Mr Ball organised a Sports Shirt day in which we all paid a small amount to be allowed to come to school in some kind of sports shirt. We had Manchester United, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon and even Liverpool! Well now we have seen the fruits of these efforts with the unveiling this monthRead More

Primary Football team

First Outing for Primary Footballers

SCIS put on a super show in the first Primary Football tournament of the new season at ISMAC. Placing 3rd in the U9 Boys’ group, 2nd in both the U9 Girls’ and the U11 Boys’ groups, as well as 1st in the U11 Girls’ group showed the strength and depth of our football squads. ThanksRead More

U19 Boy Football Team

First Round of NTAA 2016/17

SCIS enjoyed hosting the first round of Basketball U15 and U19 Football on Saturday 24th September. Schools in attendance were SCIS, Jaffrey, Orkeeswa, ISM Moshi and ISM Arusha, Braeburn and St Judes. Many thanks to all the coaches and students involved in a fantastic day. St Constantine’s ‘ Titans’ had a great start to theRead More

Junior Disco

On the 23rd of September this year, the prefect’s board hosted the first ever junior disco in our school.  For the past four years, we have been donating medicines to the Department of Mentally Challenged Kids – Mt Meru Hospital from the funds collected from such events. The event was very successful and we witnessedRead More


International Day of Peace at SCIS

On Wednesday 21st September—the International Day of Peace—the girls of St. Constantine’s sat down to discuss women’s unique roles in peace and conflict resolution at the school and in our communities. The Women’s Peace Tables, led by Ms Karah, Ms Chew, Ms Wong, Mrs Mbuguaand the Round Square Cultural Council. The girls established a wayRead More

School Farm takes shape

In 2016 work started on laying the foundations for the SCIS school farm. The long term plan is for diverse animal husbandry and the production of quality crops meeting the needs of the school community. The students have developed a business plan and are creating balance sheets and accounts that reflect the investment to dateRead More