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Category: Creative Arts

SCIS Takes Part in Arusha’s Got Talent

On Friday 18th May, SCIS participated in Arusha’s Got Talent. It was a nice evening which was graced by our talented students and we couldn’t be prouder. We had four representations; two dance groups which both tied at second place, Deekshitha Pulikindla came 3rd on a Solo Dance category. Desire Atugonza represented us on SoloRead More

Play Review: AIDA the Musical

Over three nights, from Thursday 15th to Saturday 17th March 2018, our Creative Arts Department presented an amazing show: AIDA the Musical. With seamless stage setting and superb set design, this was a flawless performance. The cast and crew were stunning in their costumes and the visuals were perfect, capturing every moment beautifully. The castRead More

Town Campus Show

Every year the children at the Town Campus present a beautiful performance to their parents and community members. It is always a wonderful evening full of song, dance and drama. Our playground becomes an open theatre under the sky. The children, teachers and parents work very hard to practice their lines, learn their songs, makeRead More

Art Extravaganza Sculpture

December 2015, the last but one day of term, became very memorable in the eyes of many students at St Constantine’s – not just that they were entertained by their teachers in a very traditional British pantomime, but because those teachers appeared in ways that none of them might have expected. Cinderella: a well-known, traditionalRead More

Staff Christmas Pantomime

December 2015, the last but one day of term, became very memorable in the eyes of many students at St Constantine’s – not just that they were entertained by their teachers in a very traditional British pantomime, but because those teachers appeared in ways that none of them might have expected. Cinderella: a well-known, traditionalRead More

Band Performance

The School Band gave a performance at the 2015 Arusha Christmas Fair hosted at TGT in aid of the community. With less than two months in existence, and lots of practice after school hours and at weekends, the newly formed School Band was able to put up a creditable performance at the Fair. The band played top ofRead More