YEAR 6 girls from The Queen’s Lower School in Chester have had a taste of life in Paris.
The 10 and 11-year-olds tested their linguistic skills by buying fruit at a traditional Parisian market and chatting to stall holders.
The youngsters also visited the Chateau de Versailles where they listened to music that Louis XIV would have heard as he walked through the gardens.
The girls also climbed the Eiffel Tower, walked through Montmartre to the Sacre Coeur and viewed art work in the Dali museum.
Isabelle Anwyl, 10, ofRhyl said: “It was a fantastic, week. I loved speaking French in the market. ”
French teacher Anna Morris said: “Bringing the girls to France gives them an opportunity to use their language skills in a real life situation. The girls really enjoyed listening to and speaking French. ”
The trip ended with a day at Disneyland Paris, where the girls enjoyed meeting their favourite Disney characters.