German students from Bad Königshofen arrive in Louth for week-long exchange trip

A 20-strong group of students from Germany have arrived in Louth for a week-long stay with families
A 20-strong group of students from Germany have arrived in Louth for a week-long stay with families

A 20-strong group of students from Germany have arrived in Louth for a week-long stay with families in the town as part of an exchange trip.

The Mayor of Louth Councillor David Wing provided a reception for a school party of KEVIGS pupils and their German Exchange partners from Bad Königshofen, in the north-east of Bavaria, who arrived in Louth on Wednesday.

The students have been accompanied by teachers André Schömig and Susanne Winter and are being hosted by King Edward VI Grammar School staff Sue Parker, Anna Miller and Terry Winter.

The students are staying for a week with families and activities during their stay will also include a trip to York, bowling in Cleethorpes and a social evening bbq as well as attending some lessons at school.

The KEVIGS return trip is in September/October 2013 also for a week.