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Student Council Embracing The Ideals

On Thursday 23rd November, St Constantine’s Student Council embarked upon an unforgettable journey of service to Esso’s Faraja Pallotti physiotherapy charity center, to donate essential necessities. The charity organization began in 2007 by manager and coordinator Clare Edwards, and focuses mainly on the awareness and handling of children with cerebral palsy in the Arusha community.Read More

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SCIS becomes one of the research ambassador schools to participate in an independent international study research in Harvard University under Round Square!

Independent international study conducted by researchers from RSI and Harvard GSE will explore how Round Square schools support students’ international understanding Windsor, UK 4th December 2017 — Round Square is excited to launch a research project led by Dr Christina Hinton from Harvard GSE and her team at Research Schools International (RSI) into How RoundRead 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

SCIS ATTENDS UN DAY AT MICT

On Tuesday, 24th October, Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunal (MICT) marked United Nations (UN) day at its Arusha branch in Lakilaki hills. St. Constantine’s students were lucky enough to be invited along to witness this great occasion. Students first had an opportunity to tour the premises of the Mechanism, including the library, where they receivedRead More

Upper Primary Concert 2017

        Thursday 12th October saw the annual Upper Primary Concert in the main school hall. It was a little earlier this year, to make way for the Year 3/4 play at the end of term, but certainly lived up to expectations. Beginning with the National Anthem of Tanzania, the show took usRead More

Official Opening of the Upper Primary Adventure Playground

On Friday 22nd September, the new Upper Primary Playground was declared open and two randomly chosen classes were given the honour of being the first to use it. This completed a long journey from when the Primary School Student Council first recommended prioritising an Upper Primary playground as the number one need for the studentsRead More