St. Constantine’s is a co-educational, day and boarding, British-style, international school, serving 650 students (including 90 boarders) from over 30 different countries. Having celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2012, it is thus the second oldest international school in Tanzania and is now the largest international school in northern Tanzania – and is continuing its growth and expansion.
To become one of the best International schools in East Africa where students see school as unmissable. Pupils are successful academically and grow up to become well-rounded individuals ready to lead in global world.
- To utilise best practice evidence to guide teaching and learning
- For teacher and pupils to work collaboratively
- To be a happy school where students have strong self-concept and are resilient as they are appropriately challenged
- To utilise the Round Square IDEALS and the Discovery Framework for the benefit of a ll pupils
School shield and motto
The school’s shield depicts a Greek fisherman’s boat. Good fishing, like good education, requires persistence, courage, patience, self reliance and wisdom.
The school motto Pan Metron Aristron – roughly translates into ‘All good things in moderation’ refers to the Greek philosophical stance that a good life is one of balance and reflective moderation.