Sport Secondary

St Constantine’s is well represented in a variety of competitive sports across all Secondary age groups and are one of seven member schools competing in the Northern Tanzania Athletics Association (NTAA). Sports are organised within age groups and seasons, allowing students to participate in a wide variety of teams and individual competitions, representing the school within the ‘Titans’ team.

Sports that are represented (and we often win) include: Netball, Rugby, Basketball, Hockey, Football, Rounders, Athletics, Cricket, Cross Country, Tennis, Badminton and Swimming. Students can join teams through the Elective Programme where they train twice per week. As the seasons progress, a Year 7 student could, for example, represent the school in Basketball for Term 1, Football Term 2 and Rugby/Netball term in Term 3.

In addition they can participate in non- NTAA sports such as: Yoga, Dance, Table Tennis, Cheerleading, Softball, Frisbee, Gymnastics, Water Polo and Personal Fitness.

Recent Achievements  have included:

  • Winners of NTAA Athletics competition.
  • U19 Boys NTAA Football champions
  • 3rd Place Girls NTAA Girls Basketball and Football
  • ISM Sports Weekend:
    • U19 Boys Football champions
    • U16 Tennis champions
    • Volleyball champions
    • Badminton 2nd place

There is a fantastic fair play and sportsmanship ethos that the Titans have worked hard to achieve and are very proud of. As such, at NTAA events not only do they win events, but the Titans as a whole regularly bring home the Most Sporting Team trophy too.

There are a number of opportunities for students to attend sports tours or over- night trips. In November Secondary students are invited to travel to Moshi and participate in the ISM weekend, where over 10 school compete in a variety of sports. This is repeated later in the year for the primary students. SCIS competes in the Nairobi athletics competition in December, Swimming in Mwanza in April and we try to send students on any other opportunity that may arise as the year goes on.