SPANISH students have been sampling the delights of West Yorkshire during an exchange trip with a Huddersfield school.
The Year 8 students were from the Collegio La Inmaculada in Madrid, which formed a twinning partnership with Almondbury High School this year.
The Spanish students were paired with a Huddersfield student and stayed at their home.
The Spanish students had already played host to Almondbury High students earlier in March.
During the visit to Spain, Almondbury students saw cathedrals, the Royal Palace, Bernabeu Stadium, toured the Collegio La Inmaculada and enjoyed shopping in Madrid.
In West Yorkshire, the Spanish pupils toured Almondbury, Huddersfield town centre, the Jorvik Viking museum at York and saw the sights of Haworth, made famous by the literary Bronte family.
They also visited the National Museum of Photography, Film, Television and Cinema at Bradford and toured the Royal Armouries at Leeds.
Keith Hilton, assistant head teacher at Almondbury High, said the exchange was a success.
The Spanish twinning programme is the third foreign exchange scheme set up by Almondbury High, which is a specialist language college.
The scheme was set up by head of Spanish, Yolanda Homs.