With the customs clearance between Hong Kong and the Mainland, cross-border students can resume classes in Hong Kong without quotas as soon as the second week of this month. Fengxi No. 1 Primary School in the North District is today (1st) ahead of the implementation of the quota-free and quarantine-free arrangements , by applying for customs clearance quotas and taking nucleic acid tests first, about 40 to 50 cross-border students will be the first to return to Hong Kong to attend classes.
About 40 to 50 cross-border students from Fengxi No. 1 Primary School took the lead in returning to Hong Kong for physical classes on the morning of February 1.
(Photo by Jiang Liying)
About 40 to 50 cross-border students from Fengxi No. 1 Primary School took the lead in returning to Hong Kong this morning for physical classes.
The principal of the school, Zhu Weilin, pointed out that the teacher arranged for the teachers to pick up the students at the MTR Sheung Shui Station early this morning. Because there is no school bus yet, the senior cross-border students will return to school on their own, while the younger students will be accompanied by their parents.
Zhou Ziyi, who is in fifth grade, came to Hong Kong accompanied by his father. He said that since the second semester of the second grade, he has taken online classes and had no chance to meet his classmates and teachers. He is looking forward to returning to school today. I will go to school early tomorrow.
His father, Mr. Zhou, said that his son has been taking online classes for three years, and his concentration has been affected. Even if he still needs to apply for quotas and undergo nucleic acid testing when he returns to Hong Kong to attend classes, it is still worthwhile to return to school as soon as possible.
He expects to accompany his son to class this week, let him familiarize himself with the route to and from class, and then he will go to class by himself: "I think he is old enough for five years of class (to go to class by himself)."
Cross-border students from Shihuxu Public School: Many places have changed
At about 7:30 this morning, some cross-border students of Shek Wu Hui Public School returned to school for the first time since the epidemic.
Bai and Zhao are both fifth grade students. They used to pass the border and return to Hong Kong together to attend classes.
Classmate Bai pointed out that his parents took him to familiarize himself with the route back to school: "Because I haven't been there for three years, many places have changed." He bluntly said that he was very excited after not going to school for a long time: "I have been taking online classes all the time. I feel so boring, and no classmates play together." However, student Zhao said that sometimes it is more convenient to take online classes, and frankly admits that he is still not used to returning to school.
Customs clearance for cross-border students | 50 children from Sheung Shui Primary School will be the first to return to Shenzhen on Wednesday to attend classes in Hong Kong without waiting for government arrangements Cai Ruolian is optimistic about the rapid test of nucleic acid generation. Cross-border students are expected to come to Hong Kong without quota 2.1. The principal hopes that parents can send their children back to school with the same exemption