Sports

Simba International School offers a wide variety of sports activities across all age groups ranging from early years to under 7 and up to under 19. These activities are in the form of Ball Games, Swimming, Gymnastics, Athletics, Dancing.
The school takes part in all ISAZ sports competitions such as football, netball, rugby, tag-rugby, hockey, cricket, swimming, cross-country, badminton, table tennis, volleyball and basketball.

Primary Football

On Saturday 26th March Simba International School hosted the U9 and U11 girls and boys ISAZ Football. Six schools attended with the following results at full time:

U9 Girls: Simba 'A' and 'B' 1st and 2nd respectively, Chengelo 3rd. πŸ₯‡πŸ₯ˆ

U9 Boys: Nkana Trust 1st, Simba 2nd and Chengelo 3rd. πŸ₯ˆ

U11 Girls: Kalulushi Trust 1st, Nkana Trust 2nd, Simba 3rd. πŸ₯‰

U11 Boys: Ndola Trust 1st, Nkana Trust 2nd, Simba 3rd. πŸ₯‰

Congratulations to all who participated and Goooooo Simba! We are so very proud of you all!

Cross-Country

Proudly Simba!

We had an exciting ISAZ cross-country competition at Lechwe School on Saturday. Age groups competing were U9, U11 and U13 and all our runners gave of their very best. We are extremely proud to announce that Simba International School came overall 2nd place. Hearty congratulations to each and every student who took part.πŸ†


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Primary netball

Proudly Simba!

After such a long time without being able to come together for inter-school competitions, our U13 and U11 girls had, what was for many, their first ISAZ netball competition on Saturday. The girls all played very well!

Though the U11 team did not make it to the to the semi-finals, they played superbly and were able to gain the practice and experience they need as a team.

The U13 team was on fire; they won their two games in the group stage and advanced for the semi-finals where they faced tough competition; they then went to the playoff for runner-up and scooped up 3rd place.


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Rugby at Simba

An accelerated Rugby coaching session with visiting guest coach, Tim, from Germany.

The U19 boys went through drills in preparation for their upcoming ISAZ away tournament in March.

πŸ’šπŸ’›πŸ’™ On Tuesday 16th November Prep 2 - Grade 2 had a wonderful morning, running, jumping, kicking and rolling!

Congratulations to Zambezi House πŸ’™

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