School Primary Languages Trip to Paris

Learning a foreign language from a young age can provide so many opportunities for your pupils, so getting them to show an interest is really important.

Paris, with its iconic landmarks and bright lights, is the ideal destination to introduce your pupils to the French language. Take a boat trip along the Seine, a trip up the Eiffel Tower  or even take them to Disneyland® Paris for a day!                     

Day 1

Depart school


Arrive in Calais

Arrive in Paris 

Time for evening meal

Day 2

Visit to a French bakery followed by a visit to the Louvre

Time for lunch

Visit to the Eiffel Tower followed by a boat trip along the Seine

Evening meal followed by an evening tour of Paris by coach
Day 3 Morning to be spent shopping/last-minute sightseeing 

Depart Paris and head back to Calais

Ferry/Eurotunnel crossing

Arrive back at school


This price includes:

  • 2 nights' full-board accommodation
  • Return executive coach travel(TV/video/WC/seatbelts)
  • Return ferry/Eurotunnel crossings
  • Free staff place ratio 1:8
  • Detailed information pack
  • Comprehensive travel & medical insurance
  • Itinerary planning service
  • Motorway tolls & taxes
  • VAT
N.B. Activities listed in the itinerary are not neccessarily included in the price. Contact us for further information.

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“Martha's Café in Paris was excellent and fab location. Pupils loved free time around Place du Tertre in Montmartre and the view of the Eiffel Tower from the Trocadero at night. We spent the whole day and evening (until 11pm) in the city, which the pupils loved. We visited Vimy Ridge as a break on the way back, stopping for a picnic lunch. This was the coach driver's idea and we will do this again.”

Old Buckenham High School
Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower

The instantly recognisable symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower can be seen from almost any point in the city and the view from the top is truly awe-inspiring. It dominates Paris to such an extent that it's hard to believe it's only a little over a century old, having been built in 1889 to celebrate the centenary of the French revolution. No trip to Paris would be complete without a visit to the Eiff...

Disneyland® Paris

Disneyland® Paris

Inspire your primary students to really embrace their language studies with a primary language trip to Disneyland® Paris. Disney has a multinational staff so students will have ample opportunity to speak with native speakers throughout their trip, perhaps even some Disney characters! French students in particular will be truly immersed in the language at Disneyland® Paris. We will tailor...

Louvre Museum

Louvre Museum

Housed in France's former royal palace, the Louvre is now one of the finest and most complete art galleries in the world. Its collections range from the ancient world to the twentieth century, with the Pyramid and CyberLouvre multimedia gallery bringing the collection right up-to-date. But most visitors are only here to see one thing - The Mona Lisa's enigmatic smile.

Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie

Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie

France’s leading science museum (and the biggest in Europe) hosts static and interactive exhibitions on a range of environmental and technological themes, including climate change and fossil fuels, as well as audio-visual presentations and a planetarium.

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral is a beautiful Gothic cathedral on the the Île de la Cité. A major tourist destination and one of the most famous cathedrals in the world Notre Dame is also a working Roman Catholic cathedral. Construction on the current building began in 1163 during the reign of Louis VII and opinion differs as to whether Bishop Maurice de Sully or Pope Alexander III laid the foundation stone...

Sacre-Coeur Basilica

Sacre-Coeur Basilica

Located at the summit of the hill of Montmartre, and surrounded by the houses of this famous bohemian quarter, the white, Romanesque domes and arches of the Basilica of Sacre-Coeur were built in the late nineteenth century by subscriptions from all over France.

Musee d'Orsay

Musee d'Orsay

The Musée d’Orsay charts the development of European art between 1848 and 1914, an era when Paris was unquestionably the world’s cultural and artistic capital. Its diverse collection includes works by Monet, Renoir, Cézanne, van Gogh and other artists, many of whom spent much of their artistic careers in Paris. The museum offers a range of guided tours in English, including the Highlights of the M...

Bateaux Mouches

Bateaux Mouches

One of the best and most relaxing ways to see the sights of Paris is to take a Seine river boat cruise. Starting at the Pont d'Alma, near the Eiffel tower, your cruise will take you up stream to the Ile de la Cite and Notre Dame Cathedral. Trips last around an hour and depart every 30 minutes during the high season and every 40 minutes during the low season.

Musée Picasso

Musée Picasso

After his death in 1973, many of Picasso's works went to the French state, which decided to form a museum with the collection. To house it they chose a seventeenth-century hotel situated in the Marais. This is the Hôtel Salé that was built in 1656 for the general Aubert de Fontenay. Before housing the musée Picasso, the hotel was already well-known. It was leased to the ambassador of Venice, and i...

Hotel Reseda

Hotel Reseda is a modern and recently renovated hotel offering clean and affordable accommodation.

Rooms are compact but functional with en-suite facilities, free WiFi, TV, telephone and air-conditioning. Students will generally be accommodated in triple rooms and staff in twins.

A continental buffet breakfast is served every morning, but evening meals are taken in a local restaurant. View on map

Premiere Classe Bussy Saint Georges

Hotel Premiere Classe Bussy St Georges has been recently renovated and has a fantastic location for both Paris and Disneyland® Paris.

Students will mainly be accommodated in triple and quadruple rooms. Most rooms have a bunk bed and 2 single beds with TV, telephone and air-conditioning. Group leaders will normally be accommodated in twin-bedded rooms. All rooms come with a small en-suite bathroom.

A buffet breakfast is served daily in the hotel and evening meal is offered at the Campanile hotel on the same campus. Seminar rooms and the breakfast hall are available on request (please ask for details). View on map

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