Cross-Curricular School Trip To Disneyland Paris
Students can enjoy the magical rides, shows and attractions on a school trip to Disneyland® Paris. Its fun, educational workbooks will cover all learning goals.
We’ll arrange everything for you so you can enjoy the magical kingdom as much as your students!
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show spectacular
Rides such as Space Mountain, Indiana Jones & Terror Tower
Don't miss Disney's world famous parade
Meet all your favourite Disney characters
*Please note, entrance fees where applicable are not included in typical price – contact us for more details
Recommended excursions and activities
The main park of Disneyland® Paris, the action is spread out across five different themed lands. There’s more than 40 rides and attractions including Space Mountain, the Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast® and Pirates of the Caribbean, along with spectacular parades and shows.
Tip: Use the free fast pass service to cut down on queuing times – available for most popular attractions.
This theme park uncovers the magical worlds of cinema and television. Students can explore four studio lots, from animation at Toon Studio to car stunts at Backlot, Hollywood blockbusters at Frontlot, plus the secrets of film sets and costumes at Production Courtyard®. High-octane rides include The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror and Crush’s Coaster. Photo © Disney.
Take part in Disney’s biggest interactive dinner show with Buffalo Bill, Sitting Bull, Annie Oakley and the Wild West horse riders. Students enjoy a delicious Texan barbecue meal while wild buffalo, horses, cowboys and Indians perform to the crowd’s encouragement. A stagecoach robbery, horseback stunts and shooting demonstrations are all part of the fun. Photo © Disney.
This is the place for shopping, dining, cinemas, dancing and live entertainment. Students can catch a show at Billy Bob’s Texan Saloon, see a film at a cinema complex with 15 screens and an IMAX, or float above Lake Disney in The PanoraMagique Balloon. There are 10 themed restaurants and a games arcade with the latest simulators and a sports area. Photo © Disney.
Why not download Disney’s easy to photocopy workbooks for students aged 12-14. They match directly to the relevant subject curricula for England, Scotland and Wales. Each one comes with photocopiable worksheets, project ideas and teaching guidance to help make your trip truly educational as well as fun.
For an experience to remember, why not become a Disney performer for the day and enjoy getting on stage at Disneyland® Resort Paris? Part of the Disney Performing Arts programme, the aim of the day is to give students a glimpse into Disney’s professional world of entertainment. It is open to four types of group – instrumental, choral, dance and parade. Photo © Disney.
New for 2017, this murder mystery-style trail promotes the use of language skills, communication, and deduction to complete a series of fun tasks and challenges. The perfect accompaniment to KS3 and KS4 French trips, the activity can begin before your group has even left school. It can take place indoor and out, calling upon French language skills as teams piece together clues to solve the mystery.
Why groups like it:
Why groups like it:
- Experience learning outside the classroom in another country
- Practise speaking a foreign language
- Build confidence and learn to value the skills and techniques needed for personal and team success
- Discover, explore and have fun with fellow students and teachers
Students will have had an opportunity to:
- Visit a foreign country and experience another language and culture
- Gain independence and self-confidence
- Strengthen existing friendships and make new friends
- Try new activities and have fun