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Secondary Sports Day

Despite the dismal start to the day with mist and drizzle, nothing was going to dampen the enthusiasm of our secondary students as they literally marched to the beat and forced the sunlight out on Secondary Sports day. Each of the four houses were resplendent in their colours, with the score board fluctuating between eachRead More

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

Sport Secondary

St Constantine’s is well represented in a variety of competitive sports across all Secondary age groups and are one of seven member schools competing in the Northern Tanzania Athletics Association (NTAA). Sports are organised within age groups and seasons, allowing students to participate in a wide variety of teams and individual competitions, representing the schoolRead More

Sports Weekend

On Saturday 26th May 2018, SCIS hosted a friendly U11+U13 Netball as well as the U11 Rugby Tournament. Our teams showed great sportsmanship even though not all of the matches went our way. At the end of the day, the U-11 boys came second on the Rugby tournament, while our girls put in all their effortsRead More

SPORTS AWARDS EVENING

On Wednesday 25th April SCIS hosted the Sports Awards Evening where our outstanding athletes received awards for various achievements. The evening opened with a welcome from Head of PE, Mrs. Veronica Pitts, who explained to the parents and other invited guests on how hard the PE department works to ensure that our young sports menRead 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

Sport Primary

St Constantine’s is well represented in a variety of competitive sports across all age groups and are one of seven member schools competing in the Northern Tanzania Athletics Association (NTAA). Sports are organised within age groups and seasons, allowing students to participate in a wide variety of teams and individual competitions, representing the school withinRead More

ISM Primary Sports Weekend

On Friday 5th February, 33 Upper Primary students and 4 members of staff departed to ISM Moshi to participate in the Primary Sports weekend. They were joined on Saturday morning by Mr Murray and 19 more students, after spending the night enjoying the hospitality of ISM and a good night’s sleep! We participated in bothRead More

ISM Secondary Sports Weekend

116 students and 12 staff attended the ISM Sports Weekend, Moshi, on 27th – 29th November. This was the largest sporting trip St. Constantine’s has undertaken and was a resounding success. The school entered teams in Basketball, Football, Netball, Swimming, Badminton, Tennis, Volleyball and Ultimate Frisbee. Students were commended for their behaviour and sportsmanship throughout the weekend andRead 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

Annual Alumni Evening 2018

Alumni were welcomed back to SCIS for the Second Grand Alumni Evening on Saturday 1st December. The reunion, aimed at alumni from all batches, attracted a good turn-out this year, with alumni travelling from different parts of Arusha and beyond to attend. This year began with the implementation of a new Alumni Association committee, whichRead More

About Tanzania For RS Partners

Is Tanzania safe ? Yes it is According to www.expertafrica.com/tanzania/ and  lonelyplanet Tanzania is in general a safe, hassle-free country. That said, you do need to take the usual precautions and keep up with government travel advisories. Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness areas. They include the plains of Serengeti National Park, a safari mecca populated by 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 momary@tz.nationmedia.com www.thecitizen.co.tz 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

Northern Tanzania Athletic Association: Swimming Gala Report

On Friday 9th  & Saturday 10th  March we were delighted to host the final NTAA (Northern Tanzania Athletics Association) Swimming Galas for Primary and Secondary Students. 6 schools and over 160 students participated in the galas, swimming in a range of events from 25m to 200m in all four strokes. There was a great atmosphere withRead More

Round Square Africa Regional Conference is Here

We are excited that our first Round Square Africa Regional Conference is now here in Arusha, Tanzania. The theme of the conference is Utamaduni or “Culture” and we will explore issues around our rich African heritage and what it means as we rush headlong into the future. One hundred students from 16 Round Square schools around AfricaRead More

Countdown to Round Square Annual Regional Conference

[wpdevart_countdown text_for_day=”Days” text_for_hour=”Hrs” text_for_minut=”Mins” text_for_second=”Sec” countdown_end_type=”time” end_date=”16-01-2018 23:59″ start_time=”1516104050″ end_time=”31,8,59″ action_end_time=”hide” content_position=”center” top_ditance=”10″ bottom_distance=”10″ ][/wpdevart_countdown] We are excited that our first Round Square Africa Regional Conference is now only days away (17th to 21st February 2018) in Arusha, Tanzania. The theme of the conference is Utamaduni or “Culture” and we will explore issues around our rich AfricanRead More

2018 BRITISH AVIATION EXPERIENCE

Two weeks in U.K. for teenagers age 14-18 This unique two-week course in the U.K., for boys and girls (14-18 years), will give an insight into what it is like to work within the aviation industry. We currently have programmes lasting 2 weeks, 7th July – 21st July and 21st July – 4th August 2018.Read More

INTERHOUSE NETBALL AND RUGBY (JUNIORS)

The Wednesday elective kicked off the first internal sports tournament for the juniors in the third trimester of the year. Students from years 7-10 paced up and down the fields in nerve-racking excitement not knowing who, of the four houses, would emerge victorious at the end of the day. Netball and rugby games were organisedRead More

Athletics in the sun

Primary School athletes were in action last Friday afternoon followed by Secondary School athletes who were ushered into the arena on Saturday morning and despite the blazing sun on both days, our athletes competed hard in the various events and displayed good attitude, teamwork and sportsmanship throughout the competition. Several Gold, Silver and Bronze positionsRead More

Primary Rounders Tournament at Kennedy House

During the first half of Term 1, our Under 9 and Under 11 Rounders teams have been hard at work. They have been training with their coaches on Tuesday and Friday afternoons in preparation for the NTAA tournaments at Kennedy House International School. It has been a privilege to witness the improvement these students areRead More