Cross-border students will return to Hong Kong to attend classes in two phases starting from the 8th of this month, and will be extended to students in primary schools, kindergartens and special schools starting today (22nd).
Fengxi No. 1 Primary School in Sheung Shui welcomes students returning to school for the first time. There are about 40 to 50 students, and the school arranges a school bus to pick them up. It still does not affect the excitement of the students on the first day back to school.
▼February 22, Fengxi No. 1 Primary School in Sheung Shui▼
Yang, a Grade 3 student returning to school for the first time, described it as "super nervous and excited, because I can meet my new classmates", and I can also play in the playground and eat healthy snacks at the snack area.
However, she pointed out that she was not used to getting up so early, and the nanny car she took this morning was late: "It didn't go well, because there was some traffic jam", and she was about 25 minutes late.
She said that she likes to go back to school and take a nanny car, because she can meet more new friends, and she is very excited to see classmates she has met. "I can't play with my classmates during online classes, but now I can play with my classmates."
Liao, a third-year student who also returned to school for the first time, looked forward to talking to his classmates. He pointed out that in the past online classes, he "lived on an ipad" and felt that his eyesight had deteriorated and his weight had become heavier. Exercise, sometimes do a little bit." He went out at 7 o'clock this morning. He was a little nervous about going to school on the first day, and pointed out that the online class "doesn't get up so early", but he felt that returning to school would allow students to "go to class together, Let's talk, play."
Principal Zhu Weilin of Fengxi No. 1 Primary School said that there were about 40 to 50 students who returned to school for the first time today, and those who came back today were mainly fourth graders and some senior students.
He pointed out that one of the school buses was delayed by about 25-30 minutes to arrive at the school this morning. He explained that it was because Man Kam To was preparing for a no-landing arrangement, and the stickers were attached so that students do not need to go on the ground for testing in the future.
He also pointed out that since he did not go to school across the border for three years, government departments, nanny cars, or classmates had to adapt. This time being late is acceptable, and he believes that it will return to normal tomorrow.
Full customs clearance.
Cross-border students︱Citybus B7, KMB B1 and 79K routes will resume classes on Wednesday. Cross-border students｜Academic circles predict that all middle school students will return to school no later than next week. They will be late or handle customs clearance as appropriate︱Have not seen any cross-border students since they entered high school Cross-border students are excited to return to Hong Kong today with students｜30 students from Fengxi No. 1 Primary School are the first to resume classes