From Thursday 11th June to Saturday 13th June, sixteen students from Years 10-12 travelled north to the Tip of Borneo to carry out a community service project at a local Primary school (SK Tiga Papan). The students, accompanied by Mrs Conrad, Ms Semehen and Mr Dighton, all worked tirelessly to paint two classrooms and the […]
Last week our Year 3 and Key Stage 2 class were kindly invited by one of our Teaching Assistants, Ms Marilyn, and her mother, Ms Theresa, to visit their family’s home in Kampung Maang. This wonderful trip provided a hands on opportunity for the students to discuss the differences between city and village life. The […]
As part of our Art Week programme last week, students in our Key Stage 1 classes joined together each afternoon to enjoy a carousel of arts activities, giving students from the classes in Foundation 2 to Year 2 an opportunity to learn and share with pupils they don’t normally attend lessons with. These activities included […]
Graduating Year 13 students at KIS enjoyed a formal ceremony recently to recognise a successful end to their two year A Level studies. Tengku Adlin, the Chairman of Sabah Parks, was the invited guest speaker for this special event and provided a thoughtful and inspiring speech to launch students on the next stage of their […]
Following our wonderful trip to Regent’s International School in Bangkok for the Primary FOBISIA Games, everyone has had a chance to rest and tell their families all about the fun they had and new friendships that have been made. The final medal tallies are in: In total between the 19 children in the KIS squad won 81 […]
This week sees our annual KIS Art Week. We’re delighted to welcome a team of talented illustrators and cartoon character designers from ‘Asguardian’, an art training centre in Kota Kinabalu. The workshops will introduce to students throughout the school a simplified creative process that will enable our younger students to learn about the cartoon character […]
Day one of the Primary FOBISIA games in Bangkok saw KIS students bring home an amazing 37 medals – 6 gold, 11 silver and 20 bronze. In addition to this wonderful achievement, the squad would have come home with an additional 25 medals if medals were given for fourth place. With often as little as […]
Following last night’s Opening Dinner at this year’s Primary FOBISIA Games in Bangkok, our students had a good night’s rest and are now all set for the Swimming competition today.