Local Belgian Refugee Relief Commitees were set up in cities towns and village. They found accommodation, where possible jobs and education for the children.
Although covered by a Central Commitee for Refugees thes committees were semi-autominous and each worked in a different way.
Noting that you are in Lincolnshire - Grimsby took 210 Refugees.
You are likely to find details of the work of your local committee in the local press.
Your county record office may have minutes on file.
Similar school records may give you a lead.
Often the refugees in a particular area came from the same town and sometimes they were placed where there particular trade e.g. mining was of best use to the host town or village.
The attached photo is of a group of Belgian Refugee children who went to Chippenham (Wilts) Secondary School with the Headmaster and Senior Mistress.
You will also find these sites of interest:http://www.wolverham...gration_ww1.htmhttp://belgium.rootsweb.com/gbr/http://www.bbc.co.uk...t6_prog1b.shtml