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[Archive] School Allocation Exercise 2005

  

Introduction

 

School Allocation Exercise 2005 has started.  A school premises is made available for reprovisioning of an existing government/aided secondary school in sub-standard premises as well as for replacement of secondary school site/premises allocated.  [For press release, please click here PDF (22 KB)]

   

For reprovisioning applications, schools classified as non-feasible under the School Improvement Programme or have benefited marginally from the Programme, with site area less than 3,000 square metres and premises over 30 years old will be favourably considered. The school sponsoring body (SSB) which is allocated a new premises for reprovisioning of an existing school will be required to surrender its existing school site with the premises thereon to the Government. 

   

As regards applications for replacement purpose, SSBs which were allocated with secondary school sites/premises in previous SAEs, but the school projects could not be materialized due to reasons beyond the control of the schools/SSBs, may now submit applications for replacementThe successful SSB will be required to give up the school site/premises originally allocated to it in previous SAE.

   

The applicant body is required to complete an application form and submit it together with supporting documents including detailed information on their eligibility,  a proposed school plan of not more than 10 PAGES including all annexes plus a 3-page executive summary. The applicant SSB may make reference to the school(s) that it is operating and the respective performance of the school(s) to substantiate its case. 

   
   

 

For reprovisioning application, there are additional requirements for the applicant SSB to submit a survey form on the facilities, physical conditions and land/building status of the existing school, an undertaking to surrender the existing premises upon allocation of school premises, and to provide information about views from parents and teachers regarding the reprovisioning plan. 

   

 

Allocation of schools will be considered by a School Allocation Committee (SAC) PDF (28 KB) comprising both government officials and non-officials familiar with the Hong Kong education system. For its power and function, please see Terms of Reference PDF (20 KB).

   

Allocation of school premises is on a competitive basis.  Quality of education will be the prime consideration in assessing schools' applications.  Factors to be considered include the operation track record of the schools/SSBs and the school plans submitted by the SSBs.  For reprovisioning applications, the physical conditions of the existing schools, the supply and demand for school places in the districts concerned as well as the agreement of the applicant bodies to surrender their existing premises to the Government will also be taken into account.

   
   

Time Schedule

   
   

Submission of Application Form and Proposed School Plan

 

   
   

Application Forms, Guidance Notes, School List and Location Plan

To download the application forms, guidance notes, list of school premises and location plan, please click here