The Education Bureau announced (9th) that about 20,17 children have applied for self-allocated places in government and aided primary schools this year, and about 4,2 children have been allocated such places, with a success rate of 2.1%, an increase of about 49.9 percentage points over last year and a 0-year high, of which 3.16%, or 52,8 people, are "hereditary".

▼ On June 6, parents knocked on the door after the unified allocation of primary one places▼


A spokesman for the Education Bureau said that this year, 42,277 children applied for self-allocated places in government and aided primary schools, and 21,086 children were eventually allocated such places, representing a success rate of 49.9 per cent, an increase of about 0.3 percentage points over last year and a 16-year high.

However, despite the record success rate this year, 1,478 fewer students participated in the self-allocation of places this year compared with last year, and the number of students allocated places also decreased by 638.

According to the Education Bureau, among the students who were allocated discretionary places this year, 11,138 (or about 52.8%) belonged to the category of "hereditary students" with a brother or sister studying in the school or a parent working in the school, while the remaining 9,948 were allocated according to the Points Scheme Criteria.

The EDB reminds parents to bring along a copy of the paper application form for Primary One admission to the primary school to check the result of the application result from 8am to 5pm next Monday. Parents who have activated their accounts on the "e-Platform for Primary One Admissions" can check the results through the "e-Platform for Primary One Admissions" from 10am onwards on the same day.

Parents of children who have been granted discretionary places should pay attention to the registration arrangements of the relevant schools and the documents required for registration, such as a copy of the paper application form for Primary One admission or an electronic application record on the e-Platform for Primary One Admission, as well as a specified number of photographs of the children. Parents are required to go to the primary school to register their children during school office hours on Wednesday (22nd) or Thursday (23rd).

A spokesman for the bureau said that if parents fail to complete the registration procedures within the specified period, they should contact the school administrator in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made, otherwise they will be deemed to have abandoned the degree theory.

According to the POA Admission Pool, the self-allocated places of all government and aided primary schools are about 50% of the total number of Primary One places in the schools, and the remaining 50% of the places will be reserved for allocation at a later stage of Central Allocation of Places.

▼2020 Small One Allocation Situation▼


The spokesman added that the EDB will notify applicants who are unable to obtain discretionary places and are only ready to participate in the Central Allocation (CA) in mid-January next year in writing to submit the Central Allocation Option Form through the e-Platform for Primary One Admission from January 1 to 1. or visit the designated Central Allocation Centres on 22 or 28 January to complete the school selection procedures for Central Allocation (CA).

If parents apply for their children to participate in the Primary One Admission System for this year after 1 January, they are required to go through the relevant formalities at the School Places Allocation Section of the Education Bureau, and the EDB will arrange alternative Primary One places for the children in June 28. Children who have been allocated a Primary One place are not allowed to participate in the Primary One School Admission System again in the future.

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