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[Archive] Supplementary School Allocation Exercise 2003

 

Introduction

 

Supplementary School Allocation Exercise 2003 has started. School premises for operating aided/Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS) secondary schools, DSS senior secondary schools, or reprovisioning of existing aided schools will be made available for allocation in this exercise. For reprovisioning, aided schools classified as non-feasible under the School Improvement Programme and applications for reprovisioning within the same district will be given priority. [For press release, please click here PDF (7 KB)]

 

The applicant body is required to submit a proposed school plan of not more than 10 PAGES including all annexes plus a 3-page executive summary. School Sponsoring Bodies (SSBs) with school(s) under operation currently may make reference to other school(s) that they are operating to substantiate their case. In the case of reprovisioning, the applicants should provide full justifications to support their applications.

 

For SSBs who have submitted applications in the SAE 2003, there is no need for them to prepare new school proposals. Submission of 15 copies of their existing school plans (plus a short supplement to provide new information if necessary) will suffice.

 

Allocation of schools will be considered by a School Allocation Committee (SAC)  PDF (6 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. Selection will be based on assessment of the applicant bodies' proposed school plans for the new schools, including their vision and mission, management and organisation, teaching and learning, school ethos and support for students, performance targets and self-evaluation indicators, etc. In the case of existing SSBs, their track record in school operation will also be taken into account.

 

 

Time Schedule

   
   

Submission of Application Form and Proposed School Plan

   
   

Application Forms, Guidance Notes, School List and Location Plans

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