Greytown High visits Germany

2017-06-21 06:00
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GREYTOWN High School represented by the principal and deputy principal, Mr and Mrs Scholtz, as well as the head prefects, Siyabonga Majozi and Nobuhle Ndlovo, visited Germany from 21 April to 6 May to form a partnership with Stozenau Gymnasium for an annual exchange programme.

The programme, sponsored by ENSA, a world organisation that aims to improve the world through the youth, has selected two schools, one from the northern and one from the southern hemisphere to orchestrate this programme.

The delegates attended classes at Stolzenau Gymnasium, attended a seminar sponsored and presented by ENSA, participated in an adventure camp, visited local attractions including the new Elbphilharmonie building and the Miniature Wonderland in Hamburg, a castle and a monastery dating back to the 1100’s, and presented South Africa and specifically Greytown and surrounding areas both to the pupils of different classes as well as to the host parents.

During the week of July two teachers and three pupils from Stolzenau will visit Greytown and surrounding areas to finalise the project that will be the focus of future trips both to Stolzenau and Greytown.
We look forward to this partnership and exchange programme for the youth to get involved in various projects of upliftment.

Greytown High would like to thank the following sponsors for their generous sponsorships towards pupils’ trip - ENSA, Brokersure, Mascor, Link Seed, Plennegy and the various host families.

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