Labuan International School holds its Annual Ingenium Concerto 2016

PHOTO: AHMAD Hizzad with his pilot costume of Royal Malaysian Airforce is seen with LIS students, while giving his speech.

November 21, 2016

LABUAN – Labuan International School (LIS) has achieved the best result in Ujian Pencapaian Sekolah Rendah (UPSR) this year and notching the top position among schools in Labuan, said LIS director in charge, Wan Ahmad Sanusi Mahmood.

In his recent speech during the Annual Ingenium Concerto 2016 on November 18 held at the school auditorium, he congratulated for the students diligence and commitment in their studies, while saying that he would continue to cooperate with the school principal and teachers to achieve academic achievement with flying colours.

Wan Ahmad Sanusi Mahmood

“I would like to congratulate to LIS’ students for your excellent academic achievement, an inspiring example is the 100 percent scoring for Grade A in Malay as Foreign Language for 2016, with marked improvement in SPM and IGCSE results for 2015.

“I am indeed grateful for your support towards the school and to the children especially, as they will be greatly motivated and inspired by your appreciation and acknowledgement of their diligent efforts in this year’s Ingenium Concerto.

“This is an important event as it complements the school’s objectives to inculcate the students with the balance of their mind, body and soul,” he said.

He said further that the theme this year was very interesting, as the students would be brought around the globe.

“I believe you will be able to imagine it as the children are working very conscientiously to depict around the world tour on LIS Airlines.

“The setting, script, costumes and most significantly the talented children will definitely once again contribute to the realisation of the school’s foremost aim – to nurture and develop balanced and successful individuals,” he said.


Apart from the concerto, the evening event also marks the graduation of the youngest members of LIS from the Reception.

Besides that, Wan Ahmad did also announce that the school was offering scholarship to the underprivileged students to have the benefit of excellent education acquired in a conducive learning environment with dedicated teachers and state of the art facilities.

Meanwhile, in line with LIS’ objectives to nurture balanced individuals out of their students, many activities had been organised for the students.

Those activities were Robotics Competition, Soccer Tournament, First Choir Workshop and Earth Day (Tree Planting Programme) which made wonderful image for the school where its surroundings now lush with delightful foliage.


“This has been done with a lot of dedication as well as passion and I would like to thank all those who have given their support and assistance in this programme. The refreshing greenery is not the only delightful addition this year.

“LIS also acquired its Olympic-sized swimming pool and hostels to enhance the facilities available in the school. LIS swimming pool has also become a training centre endorsed by Labuan Education Department,” said Wan Ahmad.

Besides that, the school did also organise a week long of challenge based learning (CBL) among students. This programme encourages students to be independent learners and researchers.

“The students acquire vast knowledge and experience that they can easily relate to real life situations. We wish to inform that we are offering our learning centres to be sponsored by the public and we hope promising offers will come soon,” he said.


While, a collaborative effort with Yayasan Pendidikan on the SPM Academic Improvement Programme had been held on 17th to 20th October at LIS to ensure the students’ great achievement.

Wan Ahmad told that the board members were giving their full support and assistance to LIS in their aspiration to become a leading educational institution in Labuan and whole of Borneo.

“Ample training opportunities from local to international curriculum knowledge and skills acquisition have been given to the teachers as well as enhancing the school with the state of the art facilities.

“This will endow students with the best teaching and learning strategies and approaches as well as a conducive environment at its best,” he said.


Also present were the director-general of Labuan Financial Services Authority (Labuan FSA) cum chairman of Pristine Sdn Bhd, Datuk Ahmad Hizzad Baharuddin, board members of Pristine Era Sdn Bhd, directors of Labuan FSA and the principal of LIS.





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