Latest news from SCIS:

CHINESE NEW YEAR EVENT – FEBRUARY 1

Everybody’s welcome at our Chinese New Year celebrations on February 1 at the Main Campus of St Constantine’s International School. We have activities for all ages, as well as a parade, Dragon boat racing (on land), Lion Dance, music, art, martial arts, swimming, food and drink – so come picnic on the lawn and enjoyRead More

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Duke of Edinburgh challenge

From the 15th to the 17th of November last year – over three days and two nights – seven students from St Constantine’s International School climbed to Little Meru (a major point within the climb of Arusha’s famous Mt Meru) to achieve their Duke of Edinburgh International silver Award. The Award is comprised of threeRead More

ROUND UP OF IDEALS ACTIVITIES FROM OUR BUSY FIRST TERM

Round Square is very important to us as it gives us a clear philosophy and vision to build around. You will have read about our Round Square conferences and student exchanges at secondary level, but Round Square is embedded into all school life on a daily basis. The values and attributes of a Round SquareRead More

India Round Square Conference

In this academic year, we are sending (or have sent) delegations to five international conferences: –India (October 2019) – Shaheen, Zehrabanu and Zainab attended as per below – South Korea (March 2020) – five students will attend (Ogone Kwadi, Sam Macfadyen, Karen Ndesamburo, Ramadan Baawazir, Kennedy Makyao) – Namibia (February 2020) – this has justRead More

Newsletter 7

Catch up on our Newsletter 7 – a special edition that centres on the Primary School’s Round Square IDEALS. The stories and pictures in this newsletter give you a lovely taste of the many Round Square activities we do across a term.

Newsletter 6

Catch up on our Newsletter 6 – a special edition that centres on the Primary School’s Round Square IDEALS. The stories and pictures in this newsletter give you a lovely taste of the many Round Square activities we do across a term.

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