Study and Sport Experiences


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Competition Time!!!

 

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This prize draw is open to residents of the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland aged 18 years or over, who represent a school, college or young person’s group, except employees of The Newmarket Group (“Promoter”), their families, agents or anyone else professionally associated with the draw.

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STEM subjects at Disneyland Paris: Take learning outside the classroom with The Roller Coaster Study Experience

 

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STEM skills are essential and contribute to the UK’s global position as the sixth largest manufacturer, as well as producing 10% of the world’s scientific research. Engineering alone accounts for £800bn annually. Perhaps most excitingly, STEM students can potentially earn amongst the highest salaries of all new recruits.

At Study Experiences we hope to challenge the way young people think about science, technology, engineering and maths by raising awareness of the exciting and wide-ranging careers that studying these subjects can lead to.

If you teach or attend classes in STEM subjects, Disneyland Paris must be one of the best places in Europe to see how your studies are put into practice.  Parades and shows; street theatre, night time AV and firework events are all part of the daily routine using STEM skills in a multitude of ways. Continue reading


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My Disney Netball Experience

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My first experience of Netball at Disney as part of the Sport Experiences team got off to a bumpy start, literally – on the ferry – thanks Storm Brian! But we survived and thank goodness as we had lots of setting up to do.
150 netball balls pumped, 4 tennis courts changed into netball courts, and lots of cabins at Disney’s Davy Crockett Ranch thoroughly checked, we were ready for our arrivals. And they were ready for us too – full to bursting with energy and enthusiasm – despite the stormy seas.

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“There’s no way you can stop … The School of Rock!”

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‘What’s on Stage’ named it Best New Musical of 2017 and now School of Rock is headbanging its way into its second full year in the West End, at the New London Theatre.

Our school and youth groups love the show and it’s easy to see why: with its awe-inspiring young cast playing note-perfect live music, a hilarious script, relatable themes, and a hint of anarchy, – it’s a perfect musical for school groups. Continue reading


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Media Studies at Disneyland Paris

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So what is media? In short, it’s a means of communication and anyone living in today’s world cannot hope escape it.

The Walt Disney Company uses a huge range of media from advertising, through broadcast television and film, digital media, multimedia, news and print, and social media.

Disney’s three biggest business segments, TV, theme parks and feature films, accounted for roughly 90% of its revenue this year. This includes some of the best-known media companies in the United States and around the world, not least Disney/ABC television group, the ESPN sports channel, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, Lucasfilm Ltd and Marvel Entertainment.

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Performing Arts at Disneyland Paris

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If you teach or attend classes in performing arts, Disneyland Paris must be one of the best places in Europe to see how studies are put into practice. Parades and shows; street theatre, nighttime AV and firework events, character meet and greets, are all part of the daily routine.

Study Experiences takes Performing Arts students one stage further, and goes behind the scenes to find out about the skills hundreds of performers need to utilise to entertain thousands of people each and every day!

Disney is an internationally recognised company at the forefront of the entertainment industry, and Disneyland Paris has given us their full support by allowing us to film behind-the-scenes interviews with show directors, choreographers, costumiers and other cast members (employees). These unique videos are exclusive to students and teachers attending our Disney-based seminars.

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