News from the SCIS archive

Category: Academic

Yearbook 2019-2020

Our 2019-2020 Yearbook is out!  Here is a compressed version to download for your enjoyment.

Our teachers arrived at school ready for the new academic year. They looked happy and excited to meet up with colleagues, old and new.  They welcomed the new members of staff who joined us from more than four countries. Led by the Headmaster, staff went through the protocols for coronavirus prevention as health and hygiene are top priorities atRead More

Cambridge Results

Can you believe it?  Yes!! For the second year running, our A level students achieved a 100 % pass rate – how amazing is that!  Congratulations to them all.Not to be outdone our Year 12 AS level students also achieved a  100% pass rate, up significantly on last year as many grades were higher (A – C)CongratulationsRead More

University information sessions

After the success of presentations from USA, UK, Canada, Australia and Dubai universities, St Constantine’s hosted Daryl Rustaad, Director of Counselling for TanSAO (Tanzania Student Achievement Organisation) and his colleague Moussa Mattaka – a SCIS alumnae – who addressed Sixth Form students and parents on Parents Day. The Tanzania Student Achievement Organisation, supports qualified highRead 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

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.  


For about 4 years now, St. Constantine’s International School has been represented by our very enthusiastic and budding French learners, in the annual DELF Exams. In all the years, we have registered great success with an average of 80-90% each year. What are the DELF Exams? Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française This is an internationalRead More


On Wednesday 27th March, St Constantine’s International school held the 2nd successful Secondary PSHE day. Our PSHE Programme aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. These skills and attributes help students to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life and work.  TheRead More

Math Challenge Winners

On Wednesday, 7th November 2018, 4 of our students participated in a math challenge where they came in second place. They represented our school well, both in academics and in character. They made us proud!

BEACON Scholarship Symposium

BEACON Scholarship is a programme set for students showing immense leadership potential and excellence. During the most recent BEACON symposium held in Nairobi, St. Constantine’s was represented by Collins a student in year 10, and in attendance was his parents and Mr. Kennedy Ombuni, Teacher at SCIS. The old scholars had a chance to presentRead More

Students Karl Mbugua and Simran Pinheiro Attends a Round Square International Symposium in Harvard University

Our students Karl and Simran, along with IT teacher, Mr. Wanjara, are now back in Arusha after a week’s trip to Harvard University, USA. They were in Boston to attend a Round Square International Symposium on the topic of International Understanding. Participants from twelve, carefully selected, schools, among 190 Round Square schools, worldwide, reviewed preliminary findingsRead More

Round Square Professional Development for SCIS Staff

Teachers in both our Primary and Secondary Schools have been investigating and playing around with the Round Square IDEALS and the Discovery Framework. Staff  have been considering how pupils can most benefit from these two key pillars of  Round   Square and how they might permeate both aspects into their everyday teaching. SCIS is using both theRead More


The morning of Saturday 9th June 2018 was one with a lot of emotions as the Sixth Form Class of 2018 graduated. The graduation ceremony began at 10:30 am with opening remarks from the Headmaster who highlighted the fabulous contribution the graduates had made to SCIS. Mr. Macfadyen went on to praise their many achievementsRead More