A DANCE school is set to perform on the big stage at Disneyland Paris after winning an international competition run by COGO travel.

Dancers from Paris Cherise Dance Company in West Bowling passed challenging auditions and created their own routine, inspired by the diversity of Bradford district.

The group of students - ranging from the ages of four to 23 years old - have mixed traditional moves with Bollywood and Banghra.

Owner Paris Cherise Braithwaite-Hamilton said this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for her school, with some of her dancers experiencing their first ever trip by plane.

She told the Telegraph & Argus: " We are so privileged and excited to be going. I’m extremely overwhelmed, taking a group of local children from West Bowling to one of the most magical places to do what they love: dance.

"We've incorporated Bollywood style. They said they'd never really seen that style performed.

"It's nice to see younger versions of myself that are better and I'm like, 'Wow, if you do that at your age, where are you going to go?'"