CHESHIRE College students experienced the magic of Disneyland Paris during a trip to the popular resort.

Health and Social Care students spent four days learning all about health and safety and security procedures at the theme park as part of their courses.

Course team leader, Stacey Rutter, said: “It gave students a wonderful opportunity to see health and safety procedures first hand at a popular global attraction and analyse the safety of the theme park rides and other facilities.”

Disneyland Paris, originally known as Euro Disney, is the most visited attraction in all of France and Europe and has two theme parks, several resort hotels, a shopping, dining and entertainment complex and a golf course.

Stacey added: “The group were a credit to the College and the research they compiled will be very useful for their course assignments.”