Vision, Ethos and Curriculum
The intake of the school is inter-denominational and multi-cultural in character. The school is committed
to the Tanzanian National Curriculum as provided by the Ministry of Education,
culture and Vocational Education, and has two terms (semesters) January to June and July to December.WS.SS vision is to educate a
Tanzanian young who can work independently in society. Additional subjects and programs are therefore incorporated so as to attain
empowerment of this young group to ensure that they find active career paths, aspire to be more than just societies think.
The subjects prescribed in the O level National Curriculum,that forms the foundation of teaching at WS.SS,
are: Physics; Maths; Chemistry; Biology; English; Kiswahili;
Geography; History and Civics.
The subjects seen to be of immense practical value to students, and incorporated in the school curriculum as compulsory subjects are: Bookkeeping; and Commerce;
The A level subject combinations offered are (History Geography Language (HGL) , History Kiswahili Language (HKL), History Geography Economics (HGE) , History Geography Kiswahili (HGK), Economics Geography Pure Mathematics (EGM) , Chemistry Biology Geography (CBG), Physics Biology Chemistry (PCB), Physics Chemistry Pure Mathematics (PCM), Physics Geography Pure Mathematics (PGM) and Economics Commerce Accountancy (ECA) .
Winning Spirit Secondary School believes the future African woman needs high level commercial skills combined with the ability to use the rapidly changing world of computer technology. This will provide her with the confidence needed to compete in the Tanzania of 2025 and beyond.
Education with Production
The school is exclusively English-medium, with Swahili as a second language.
English is taught by a variety of modern, highly interactive methods, including conversation seminars to ensure that all students reach the high degree of spoken fluency required to operate successfully in higher education and in the modern workplace.
Sport and Learning
In addition to the main curriculum there are broad and stimulating range of sports and other activities the school offers. Currently, the students play netball, football, volleyball and basketball, but there is a need to expand to other key sports essential to develop healthy minds and bodies.