This page shows the latest emails and announcements sent to parents,
but does not include the weekly newsletters available on a separate page by clicking here.
|Everybody Welcome to ISMAC this Weekend
Arusha: 1 week ago
|A Call for Help
2 weeks ago
Dear Students, Parents and Colleagues,
You will be aware of the heavy rains which flooded many parts of the country and of the families who are still struggling to rebuild their lives. Anna Mghwira, Regional Commissioner Kilimanjaro Region, recently highlighted the plight of more than one thousand of our near neighbours living in the Same district who are in need of assistance and requested donations of food, clothing, toiletries, kitchenware, blankets and any other household goods.
If you are able to help, please leave your donated items at either of our campus’ offices. We will then organise and ensure delivery to the Kilimanjaro Regional Commissioner’s Offices. Please feel free to share this email should you know of those who may wish to donate.
Thanking you in advance.
|Unmissable Events on Arusha Campus
Arusha: 2 weeks ago
Looking for a private drum teacher?
Feel free to contact the below-listed musicians for more information:
Call for availability. Flexible locations.
African Drum, kit, Percussion and band musician. Available Thursdays 2:30-4:30.
Mr. Paulos Livetti is a professional drummer originally from Dar es Salaam. He is a member of Stiggy Pop Band in Arusha, and has been the percussionist in many successful bands including Dar international Band, Washirika, Yekette Beat, and Ulauga.
Tel: 0784 769680
|Can you Help? – Development Officer Needed
Moshi: 3 weeks ago
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Our Development Officer, Gemma May is leaving at the end of this school year and we are now recruiting for her replacement. Whilst we have considerable experience in recruiting teachers, we are less experienced in this area and I wondered if you could share information about this position within your own networks.
The applicant will need to be Tanzanian national with excellent communication skills who is conversant in using social media for business. A first degree would be the minimum qualification and experience in alumni relations and/or fundraising would be an added benefit.
Details of the position can be found here. (Click here to see the job description).
|Parent information morning
Arusha: 3 weeks ago
|Update from the Director
1 month ago
Jens Waltermann, Executive Director of UWC International Office, and John Storer, Director of Admissions at Waterford Kamhlaba and member of our UWC taskforce, will be visiting ISM on Monday and Tuesday, 21st and 22nd May 2018. This will be Jens’ first visit to ISM and I am hopeful that by the end of their visit the school will be in a good position to make an application for preliminary approval to UWC International Board.
Parents’ Coffee Morning
The next quarterly Parents’ Coffee Mornings are planned for 7.45 am Tuesday 29th May on Moshi Campus and 7.45 am Thursday 31st May on Arusha Campus. Please do come along. There will be a short update by me and other senior staff and also the opportunity to discuss and answer questions. You will be updated on new and leaving staff, the Ministry of Education guidelines for the recruitment of expatriate teachers (Guidelines link), the Arusha building project and our ongoing UWC journey to name but a few topics.
|18 May – International Festival & Planetarium
Arusha: 1 month ago
Join us for the annual ISM Arusha Campus International Festival 2018. At the same time there is a fully mobile planetarium visiting Arusha Campus. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The five metre dome will be erected in our Design Studio and there will be a charge of TZS10 000 per person for those who wish to experience the planetarium. KARIBUNI WOTE!!
|Primary Inter House Cross Country
Friday 11th May
Arusha: 1 month ago
Everything is ready…
… for the big event
PLEASE REMEMBER TO WEAR HOUSE COLOURS
|Arusha Campus PYP Exhibition
Arusha: 1 month ago