Malcolm Kazimil

2021 Malcolm large18 years old, attending St Constantine’s International School, Arusha, Tanzania. Malcolm was awarded a Beacon Scholarship in June 2019.

Since joining St Constantine's, Malcolm has worked exceptionally hard to catch up and adapt to a new curriculum. He is diligent and successful in all his subjects, and shows a strong desire to succeed. His attainment in maths is particularly noted: he is predicted ‘A’, and is commended for his excellent problem solving and critical thinking.

Malcolm is noted for his wide participation and contribution to extra-curricular activities at school. He is an active sportsman, enjoying sports such as football, athletics and touch rugby. Malcolm is the athletics Team Captain and House Captain for football. Malcolm was also involved in the school’s production of ‘Matilda’ and led the school’s Model United Nations (MUN) representation.

He is a positive role-model in school, is always smartly presented and punctual for lessons. Malcolm has many student leadership and communication roles, including co-ordinating the boarders’ newsletter and being Acting Chair of the Student Council. His involvement in organising social activities demonstrates that he is someone who gets things done.

Malcolm contributes significantly to the lives of his fellow students as he mentors younger students and supports the wellbeing of his peers. He is also involved with a project to support a local school. 

Beacon Workshop Participation

Malcolm's 2021 Summer Beacon Citizenship Project was about conducting a collection drive with the Student Council to share resources with teenagers and children at Village of Hope Orphanage in Mwanza.

In Leadership Workshops, he participates actively and enthusiastically and generally presents well. Malcolm is also able to identify problems and offer solutions.