SBP Integrasi Tun Abdul Razak

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Coordinates: 3°34′N 103°23′E / 3.567°N 103.383°E / 3.567; 103.383

SBP Integrasi Tun Abdul Razak
InSTAR Badge
Address
Pulau Serai,
Pekan, Pahang
Malaysia
Information
Type Public boarding school
Motto Beyond Success
Established 4 August 2003
School district Pekan
Principal Encik Ahmad Zamri Bin Md Isa
Grades Form 1 - Form 5
Number of students 560
Medium of language Malay, English
Classrooms 22
Colour(s) Red, Yellow, Blue, White, Black

Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Tun Abdul Razak (English: Tun Abdul Razak Integrated Boarding School, Abbreviation: InSTAR) was one of 67 boarding schools (SBP) in Malaysia. The school is located in Pulau Serai, Pekan, Pahang. In 2009, the boarding school integration Tun Abdul Razak has 197 boys and 228 girls, making a total enrolment of 425 people. It has a total of 58 teachers.[citation needed]

Generality of these school sites is 38 acres located in the state assembly Peramu Jaya, Pekan Parliament, about 15 km from the city town and 35 km from Kuantan.

Beyond Success is the school motto and the vision is Success is Education for Life.

History[edit]

InSTAR was opened on 4 August 2003 under the name of Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Pekan (SBPIP) only occupied by students from Form One, taken from schools around Pahang who are eligible to enter SBPIP. The first form four students intake was started in 2004.

On 23 May 2010, the name of Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Pekan has been officially changed to Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi Tun Abdul Razak with abbreviation of InSTAR (Integrated Boarding School of Tun Abdul Razak). Since then instar continues to grow and now has reached maximum enrolment capacity of 560 students, 62 teachers and 20 supporting staff.

Academic System[edit]

Just like other Sekolah Berasrama Penuh Integrasi in Malaysia, InSTAR requires lower secondary students to take nine (9) subject for Penilaian Menengah Rendah (PMR) including communication Arabic subject. For higher secondary students, they offered to continue learning in a stream that is offered for Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) as follows:

1. Pure Science offers nine subjects for the SPM, which are Malay language, English, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Islamic Religious Education.

2. Religious Pure Science offers 11 subjects for SPM, which are Malay language, English, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, High Arabic language, Quran and Sunnah Education and Educational of Islamic Sharia.

3. Technical Science offers 10 subjects for SPM, which are Malay language, English, History, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering and Technical Drawing.

International language education was introduced in the school such as Arabic, French and Mandarin. The school is also involved in the BCCC program, one of the school internationalisation program.

List of Principals[edit]

Since operating on 4 August 2003, InSTAR were led by four principals as follows:

Num. Name Serving Period
1 Tuan Haji Abas Abdul Rahman, AMP 2003–2006
2 Tuan Haji Mokhtar Abdullah, AMP, AMN, PKC 2006–2008
3 Tuan Haji Azhari Tauhid, SMP 2008-2011
4 Puan Hajah Lailatun Zalaliah Hussain October 2011-2014
5 Tuan Haji Zaimi Abu Bakar aug 2014- feb 2016
6 Encik Ahmad Zamri Bin Md Isa Mei 2016

The school is now led by Puan Lailatun Zalaliah binti Hussain - since 1 October 2011. In the 2010-2015 Long Term Plan, the school Vision was changed to "Becoming The World Class Effective School" which is aligned with the Boarding School Division and the School of Excellence vision which is "Leading a World Class Education." One of the agenda is toward the achievement of this vision is work all out to achieve the status of "High Performance Schools (HPS)." Six annexes were set in HPS were tried to be accomplished through programs in long-term plan which is to be refined in the annual short-term plans.

Achievement[edit]

  • 16 February 2011: Deputy Prime Minister and also an Education Minister, Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin today announced instar as the High Performance Schools (HPS).[1]

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