The school selection process for the Primary One Central Allocation (commonly known as the "big lottery") will be carried out from 22 to 23 this month. Parents of students who have not been admitted to their self-allocated places must go through the central allocation school selection procedures for their children.
According to the "2022 Central Allocation List of Primary School Nets" released by the Education Bureau, only 1 of the 36 school nets in Hong Kong has been temporarily "added", compared with 5 and 11 in the previous two years.
The Education Bureau has not disclosed the number of students expected to participate in the unified degree this year. It only reiterated that it expects that the school-age population will continue to decline in the future, and it will close schools with chronic under-enrollment, merge government schools, or relocate schools to new development areas.
"Hong Kong 01" roughly compares the number of places at the unified and self-admission stage, and found that many popular primary schools in Hong Kong, including La Salle Primary School, Chinese Christian Church Union Primary School and Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road), etc. ” Cannibalizing degrees, leading to a reduction in the number of Central Allocation places.
Among them, at least 8 primary schools have been cannibalized about one class of places, including the Hong Kong Baptist Union Primary School, and a number of schools that implement small classes, namely Hennessy Road Government Primary School in Hong Kong Island, Tai Kok Tsui Catholic Primary School, and St. John’s in Kowloon Bay. Catholic Primary School, Yuen Long Pok Oi Hospital Past Prime Ministers Association Leung Shing Tak School, Shek Yam Sheng Kung Hui Zhu Oi Primary School, Sheng Kung Hui Tsing Yi Zhu Yan Primary School and Sheng Kung Hui Ma On Shan Zhongfeng Primary School.
The Primary One Central Allocation (commonly known as the "Big Lucky Draw") school selection process will take place from the 22nd to the 23rd of this month. Parents of students who have not been admitted to their self-allocated places must go through the Central Allocation school selection procedures for their children.
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According to the current Primary One admission system, each school should have 50/50 DPs and 50/50 CA places. However, since schools are required to admit “hereditary students” (i.e. students’ younger siblings and school staff) during the voluntary allocation stage children), so there is an opportunity to "cannibalize" the Central Allocation places.
In 2022, many schools will have "hereditary students" eroding the places in the unified stage, that is, the self-enrollment in the first stage has "over-enrolled".
Among them, La Salle Primary School overcharged 10 places, China Christian Council Hip Wo Primary School also overcharged 15 places, and Yau Ma Tei Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) overcharged by 8 places.
In other words, the raffle places in the above-mentioned primary schools will be reduced by the same amount.
Based on Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories, subsampling and analysis of the encroachment of "hereditary students" in popular schools in different school nets:
▼Cannibalization of "hereditary students" in popular schools in Hong Kong, Kowloon and the New Territories (excerpt)▼
Hong Kong Island Hennessy Road Government Primary School was "cannibalized" by nearly one class at the unified stage
On Hong Kong Island, the Hennessy Road Government Primary School in school net 12 has reduced its central allocation from the original 63 to about 40 tentatively, that is, about 23 places have been "eroded". There are nearly one class less in the unified stage.
In the 16 school network Peiqiao Primary School, there were 63 unified places in the original, but now there are only 48 places left, and about 15 places have been "cannibalized".
The No. 2 King's College Alumni Association Primary School in school net 11 and the Sheng Kung Hui Tianwan Shinan Primary School in school net 18 were "cannibalized" 13 places respectively (see the chart for the remaining places in the same stage).
In 2022, there will be 80 unified places in La Salle Primary School for the year of 2022, and about 10 places will be eaten up by "hereditary students".
(Photo by Huang Baoying)
14 schools in Kowloon were eroded at least 10 places, and Dajiaozui Catholic Primary School lost one class
As for Kowloon, 14 primary schools were "cannibalized" with more than 10 CA places.
Among them, Dajiaozui Catholic Primary School in school net 35 is the most "cannibalized". The school implements small class teaching (about 25 students in each class), and there are only 39 places left in the unified allocation. , a total of 24 places.
School net 35 Huangpu Xuandao Primary School, school net 46 Kowloon Bay St. John's Catholic Primary School, and school net 48 Sheng Kung Hui Tak Tin Li Siu Keung Primary School were "eroded" by about 18 to 20 places respectively.
The "famous school" La Salle Primary School in the 41 school net currently has 80 unified places, and about 10 places have been eroded by "hereditary students".
There are about 20 hereditary students at Lui Mingcai Primary School in Sha Tin Wai, Baptist Church, and there are only 55 places left in the Primary One Unified Stage in 2022.
New Territories: Tsuen Wan Baptist Union Primary School, Leung Province Teckel 33, Yuen Long hereditary
In the west of the New Territories, the Hong Kong Baptist Union Primary School in Tsuen Wan, school net 62, originally had 75 unified places, but only 42 remained due to the erosion of about 33 places.
In contrast, Leung Shing Tak School (School Net 73), a former Prime Ministers Association of Pok Oi Hospital in Yuen Long, which implements small class teaching, has nearly 1.3 classes and a total of 33 places eroded, leaving only 17 unified places.
While Shiyin (School Net 64), which implements small class teaching, Sheng Kung Hui Zhu Ai Primary School and Sheng Kung Hui Tsing Yi Zhuen Primary School, were eroded by nearly one class each.
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(Hong Kong 01 cartography)
New Territories East, Shatin Baptist Church Shatin Wai Lui Mingcai Primary School and Baptist Lui Mingcai Primary School, both of which belong to school net 91, are well received by parents. The two schools were "cannibalized" 20 and 27 places respectively, leaving only 55 and 55 places each. 33 unified places.
The Sheng Kung Hui Ma On Shan Zhufeng Primary School (School Net 89), which implements small class teaching, has also been "cannibalized" by more than one class, leaving only 36 places in the unified stage.
According to the Education Bureau, the arrangement for cross-border students in the Central Allocation of Primary One in 2022 is roughly similar to that of last year, with 379 places provided by the cross-border "private network".
The Education Bureau did not disclose the expected number of students participating in the unified degree
The Education Bureau has not disclosed the number of students expected to participate in the unified degree this year as in previous years. It only reiterated that the number of students expected to participate in the primary one allocation in 2022 will be about 48,000, a decrease of about 1,700 compared with last year. Degree assigned.
The bureau expects that the school-age population will continue to decline in the future, and it will take a multi-pronged approach, including closing schools with chronic under-enrollment, merging government schools or relocating schools to new development areas.
As for the cross-border "private network", the Education Bureau said that this year's arrangement is roughly similar to that of last year. The "private network" provides a total of 379 places for cross-border students.
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