The school is partnering with the Herzog-Christoph Gymnasium School in Beilstein, Germany, as part of an exchange programme which focuses on ‘Old age care.’

Despite the jet lag and weariness from their eventful trip to Germany, the students from the Trivandrum International School, who were part of a student exchange programme, sat up straight, eyes sparkling while recounting their experiences.

Organised by the Goethe-Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, and Robert Bosch Stiftung Foundation, the batch of 19 students, returned rather reluctantly on Saturday.

The school is partnering with the Herzog-Christoph Gymnasium School in Beilstein, Germany, as part of an exchange programme which focuses on ‘Old age care.’

The one-year project began in February with students initiating a study on the focus subject.

Nineteen students are involved in the project.