Psychology LIVE! Student Event at Disneyland® Paris

Show your students psychology in action at our Psychology LIVE! Conference on Monday 4th March 2019. This immersive event will allow your students to grasp the fundamentals of human behaviours in action whilst providing relevant examples and case studies for exams.  

Our expert speakers, who are specialist in their field, will present the most current issues with presentations linked to key topics covered in the AQA, OCR and Edexcel A-Level curriculum. Throughout the course of the weekend your learners will cover the fundamentals of the Psychology curriculum at KS4 and KS5, perfectly complementing classroom learning.

Meeting your learning objectives - Psychology LIVE! is designed to meet course aims by encouraging and developing an enthusiasm for studying psychology as well as inspiration for how to progress further in the subject. Learn more about our full range of LIVE! events here.


Prices start from£239pp

Price Shown includes

  • 2 nights B&B acommodation 

  • Return travel by executive coach

  • 1 Day Park Ticket

  • Attendance at the 2019 Psychology LIVE! Conference

  • Curriculum-linked workbook for students

  • Group Leader’s conference pack

  • 1:10 free place ratio for staff on a twin room basis

  • Extensive group travel insurance

  • Services of the Events Team in Disneyland® Paris throughout your stay

Price shown is based on 40 paying passengers departing from selected departure points. 

On-tour support

Expert speaker presentations - a chance to understand how psychology is applied in the real world; the contribution of psychology to individual, social and cultural diversity, and ultimately to a successful society, providing useful and interesting case studies and examples.

Q&A session - interactive question and answer sessions with industry practitioners where students will learn about careers associated with the subject.

Team park challenges - encourage students to take a step back and look at the resort from a scientific perspective. Students are given simple experiments to complete which allow them to develop arguments and draw conclusions about how psychological principles/theories are applied across the resort in order to stimulate specific behaviours and responses.

The Events Team in Disneyland® Paris will provide support throughout your stay , they’ll: 

  • Meet you on arrival & assist with hotel check-in 
  • Be on-hand & provide assistance throughout the event 
  • Host a drinks reception on the Sunday evening 
  • Register your students at the conference & take questions 
  • Assist with check-out & departure


Places to stay

2018 speakers

Shivani Lamba, Forensic Outreach

Shivani Lamba is the founder and managing director of Forensic Outreach, based in London, which she initially joined as Programme Coordinator in 2009. She spearheaded the organisation’s initiative to create public engagement experiences online. The organisation was established in 2001, and has long been a dynamic and active part of the science curriculum in classrooms throughout the UK and EU. It was conceived to introduce forensic science as an integrative and cross-disciplinary approach to science education, and has delivered programmes to hundreds of schools, charities and Museums. She has consulted on these subjects for press including The Guardian, and recently NPR’s Serial.


Michelle Fletcher, Clinical Psychologist

Michelle has twelve years of experience working in forensic and clinical settings including; Senior Manager of Psychology and Interventions at HMP & YOI Doncaster, Chartered Psychologist at Stockton Hall Hospital, a medium secure unit and Head of Psychology in a maximum security prison in the Scottish Prison Service. 

She has extensive experience conducting group and individual treatment interventions with offenders, focusing on the following treatment needs; management of aggression and anger, substance misuse, problem solving skills, assertiveness training, depression and low self-esteem, social skills training, post-traumatic stress, relapse prevention and anxiety management.

Dr Amanda Gummer, Child Psychologist

Amanda has over 20 years experience working with children and families and is widely considered as THE go-to expert on play, toys, child development and psychology.  Amanda combines her theoretical knowledge with a refreshingly pragmatic approach to family life, that resonates both with parents and professionals.  Amanda is regularly in the media, frequently being invited to share her expertise in this area on Sky and BBC News for example.  She continues to take an active role in research, presenting a paper at the International Toy Research Association’s World Congress in Portugal in July 2014. 


Dr. Juliet Wakefield, Social Psychologist

Juliet's research interests lie within the domains of Social Identity Theory and Self Categorization Theory, and the implications of group membership for people's everyday lives. This includes intergroup / intragroup helping and help-seeking, the impact of groups on health and well-being, gender identity, national identity, and online identities.

Juliet completed her PhD in Social Psychology at the University of Dundee in 2011. Her PhD research concerned the act of help-seeking, and investigated whether group members may use help-seeking as a tool to manage and enhance their group's image in the eyes of others.

Juliet then spent four years as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Dundee, working on Professor Fabio Sani's ESRC-funded Health In Groups project ( This project investigated the relationships between membership of social groups (family, community, sports groups, etc.) and health.

Juliet joined Nottingham Trent University in August 2015 and is a Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology.

Package options & sample itineraries

2 night coach package - includes 1 day park ticket

Sunday 3 March - Tuesday 5 March 2019


Sunday: Morning departure for Disneyland® Paris, overnight at Disneyland® Paris 

Monday: LIVE! Conference, free time in the park. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris

Tuesday: Return coach travel.

3 night coach package - includes 2 day park ticket

Sunday 3 March - Wednesday 6 March 2019


Sunday: Morning departure for Disneyland® Paris, overnight at Disneyland® Paris

Monday: LIVE! Conference, free time in park. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris 

Tuesday: Day trip to Paris. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris 

Wednesday: Morning free in the Park. Return coach travel.



3 night overnight coach package - includes 2 day park ticket

Saturday 2 March - Tuesday 5 March 2019


Saturday: Late evening departure. Night time channel crossing

Sunday: Morning arrival at Disneyland® Paris. Day free to use your Disneyland® Pass. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris

Monday: LIVE! Conference, free time in park. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris. 

Tuesday: Return coach travel.

2 night Eurostar package - includes 2 day park ticket

Sunday 3 March - Tuesday 5 March 2019


Sunday: Afternoon departure from St Pancras International. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris.

Monday: LIVE! Conference, free time in Park. Overnight at Disneyland® Paris.

Tuesday: Free time to use your Disneyland® Pass. Early afternoon departure. Arrive back in London early evening.

Evening activites

  • Explore the parks: Disneyland® Park & Walt Disney Studios® Park

  • Shopping in the Disney Village® 

  • Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show

  • Disney Illuminations Night Time Show

  • Gaumont Cinema

  • Evening meal experience at Planet Hollywood or Billy Bob’s Country Western Saloon

Study themes

Cognition & Child Development

  • Development of an individual from before birth through to adolescence & beyond, including the roles of nature & nurture.

  • Cognitive development in children including the effects of day care & education.

  • Impact & influence of advertising on children.

Social Influence

Identification & explanation of how social & dispositional factors affect:

  • Conformity

  • Obedience & Prejudice

  • Bystander Intervention

  • Crowd & Collective Behaviour

Forensics & Criminology

  • The causes of criminal & anti-social behaviour.

  • Understanding the offender, offence analysis, profiling & case formulation

  • Identification and treatment of offenders.

  • The effect of imprisonment – custodial sentencing & reform as responses to criminal behaviour.

Study levels

Suitable for Key Stage 4 & 5 - meeting exam board specifications for AQA, OCR, EDEXCEL, WJEC and SQA.

Educational resources

In order to help you prepare for the Pyschology LIVE! Event, you will receive supplementary information about how each speaker will link to the curriculum as well as a list of desired outcomes. This can be used to follow up with your students when you return.

Expert's comment

I’m glad that the presentation was well received, and that students managed to learn something as well as gain a sense of what it’s like working as a forensic psychologist.

Michelle Fletcher, Clinical Psychologist


Giving you full support throughout

Before your tour

  • Your own dedicated NST contact
  • Bespoke tour itineraries
  • Unrivalled local knowledge & expertise
  • Curriculum linked visit programmes
  • Great value for money - no hidden costs
  • Free group leader inspection visits
  • Risk assessment guidance
  • Safety assured, transport, accommodation and visits

Whilst you're away

  • Free educational resources
  • Group-friendly accommodation
  • Exceptional standards of coaching
  • On-tour support from our reps on the ground
  • Support & assistance from our specialists guides throughout your tour
  • 24/7 support just a call away
  • Extensive group travel insurance

On your return

  • Priority rebooking services
  • Rewarding your loyalty with our reward scheme
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