1. DSE 25/5 passed the exam.
2. Secondary 4 and Secondary 5 25/5 (Mon) resume classes (half day).
3. Primary 5 and Primary 6 1/6 (Mon) resume classes (half a day), Primary 5 can pass the entrance examination for the examination.
4. If the epidemic situation is still under control, S1, S2, and 3 8/6 (Mon) will be resumed (half day).
5. If the epidemic situation is still under control, Primary 3 and Primary 4 15/6 (Mon) will resume classes (half day).
6. Primary 1 and Primary 2 have the opportunity to resume classes, and also have the opportunity not to resume classes this year.
[25/4 15:21] information from principles after meeting with Yang Runxiong
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Odd because my wife is a principal and she hasn’t said anything about it. I knew there have been meetings before but not aware of this one.
For me as a teacher of lower secondary it means I will do a few half days from the 8th June up to the 24th when I retire
17 hours and 16 minutes to go before my kids resume classes at 8am tomorrow in Western Australia!!
https://news.rthk.hk/rthk/en/compone...5-20200428.htmChan said exemptions will be given to those engaged in production or economic activities beneficial to Hong Kong, as well as cross-border students and teachers.
School calendar changes being voted on, seems everybody, and not only secondary school kids are going back on the 25th. This may still change though.
So with everything confirmed that school for primary and secondary students is reopening from the end of May. Wondering who is sending their child and who is not? I remember a few said they will be keeping theirs home regardless. Mine are too young to go back this year so not an option for us.