As parents, we understand the significance of providing our children with a strong educational foundation and the best start to the school year. In today's technology-driven world, it is crucial to keep ourselves informed about the tools and resources available to support our children's academic progress and overall success. Additionally, we recognize the importance of staying up-to-date with their school performance and finding effective ways to assist them in their educational journey.

Bizibuz hosted a webinar on how to successfully transition to international school with  Ampla Education on 17th March, 2023. 

As parents, it is natural to want the best for our children. We strive to ensure that they receive the best education possible so that they can reach their full potential in life. Now the border between China and Hong Kong has re-opened, for many Chinese mainland parents this means seeking supplementary education support for their children in Hong Kong.

Many parents in Hong Kong choose to send their children to local primary schools in order to build a solid Chinese language foundation. However, once their child reaches P5/Grade 5, parents become keen to prepare their child for the possibility of international study given the strong correlation with prestige, career opportunities and future salary. We are also at a point in time when many expats with overseas ties have left Hong Kong due to pandemic constraints which is contributing to a unique opportunity in available places at international schools.

We pack all the information you need in one place to make navigating the local school system in Hong Kong easy. We describe the admissions processes, reference relevant application form links and share all relevant dates [1] to ensure you don’t miss out on enrolling your child!


If there’s one thing that’s sure to instil fear in the heart of a Hong Kong parent, it’s the prospect of Early Years and Primary school applications and admissions interviews. It’s perfectly understandable – we’ve all heard stories of how difficult it is to get your child into a top school.