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Newsletter 7

Catch up on our Newsletter 7 – a special edition that centres on the Primary School’s Round Square IDEALS. The stories and pictures in this newsletter give you a lovely taste of the many Round Square activities we do across a term.

Newsletter 6

Catch up on our Newsletter 6 – a special edition that centres on the Primary School’s Round Square IDEALS. The stories and pictures in this newsletter give you a lovely taste of the many Round Square activities we do across a term.

Newsletter 5

Our newsletter is out now, Parents and Alumnae please find time to fill in the survey, link for it can be found in the newsletter.

Newsletter 2

. PLEASE NOTE TONIGHT’S SOCIAL EVENING AT TOWN CAMPUS    Welcome to the second newsletter of the new academic year, and as you will see there is a lot going on ! We look forward to seeing you at one of the fun events this weekend and hope the enclosed calendar will be helpful asRead More

Admission News

ADMISSIONS OPEN TO ALL YEAR GROUPS NURSERY – YEAR 13 FOR AUGUST 2019 Download our Application Form HERE Download our Conditions of Entry HERE Download the 2019-20 School Calendar HERE Download the 2019-20 School fees HERE Click HERE to read our application procedure EARLY YEARS’ DISCOUNT TO NEW PARENTS – SPREAD THE WORD!!   SCISRead More


Round Square is very important to us as it gives us a clear philosophy and vision to build around. You will have read about our Round Square conferences and student exchanges at secondary level, but Round Square is embedded into all school life on a daily basis. The values and attributes of a Round SquareRead More

Faith Yona – gone, but not forgotten

Yesterday (November 27) a tree was planted at St Constantine’s in memory of Faith Yona, following a moving Memorial Service where Faith’s friends, family and teachers celebrated her life. Her former classmates sang, spoke and remembered her with love, and her friend Karen drew her portrait – which was presented to her parents in aRead More

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

Current Student Aaron Akwenda and Former Student Yuki Omori Makes SCIS Proud!

  In Summary Apart that, the World’s International School Sport Federation (ISF) Gymnasiade Games also involved other sports like basketball, tennis, athletics and others.   By Majuto Omary @majutoy2k Dar es Salaam. The government has commended the Tanzania Swimming Association (TSA), for showing commitment and enablingswimmers to make a debut in the World’sRead More

SCIS mourns the tragic loss of our student, Nolan Kishe

The entire staff and student body at St. Constantine’s International School was saddened by the tragic loss of one of our very own students, Nolan Kishe, a senior student in Year 13 who suffered a Cerebral Aneurysm. Nolan (15) was an enthusiastic, ambitious, focused, innovative young man who would always choose service above self. EveryoneRead More

Headmaster’s Welcome

Welcome to St. Constantine’s, a Round Square school. We are built on both the strong foundations of our own distinguished past and the principles of Kurt Hahn who started the Round Square movement. At the centre of school life are our IDEALS. We fully embrace the six areas of: Internationalism, Democracy, Environment, Adventure, Leadership and Service.Read More

Alumni Association

A Legacy of Success and Achievements St. Constantine’s is proud to have served Tanzania and the world for the past 60 years. Hundreds of St. Constantine’s former students serve the country and the world in different capacities in the public and private sectors as; doctors, scientists, lawyers, teachers, university professors, businessmen/woman and engineers to mentionRead More

Internationalism and RS Conferences

In 2016, we attended conferences in Morocco, South Africa and India; following academic year saw us travel to Switzerland, Kenya and again to South Africa.  In 2018 we  hosted our own conference, and this, like all the others, was organised by the students.  The philosophy of Round Square is that the teachers are there toRead More