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A years worth of Assemblies Scripts

A years worth of Assemblies Scripts

Have your whole year's assemblies ready to go....no more stressing over every half term. Links to songs and lyrics included. Appropriate for year 2 -y 6. Enjoy your free time!
frazert2
Superheroes! Assembly

Superheroes! Assembly

‘Superheroes!’ is one of a series of outstanding assemblies created for primary school children, which includes full script songs and prayers with a part for every child. This assembly is ready to go! ‘Superheroes’ links with many areas of the National Curriculum, including the: English, Music, Drama, History and PSHE spheres, with a theme that is rooted in upstanding values and is relevant to the children’s everyday lives and interests - including a healthy ‘self-esteem’ injection for all! This assembly is all about recognising the ‘superhero’ in you, giving each child the chance to shine by stating their own unique ‘superhero’ power - from amazing reading skill or artistic genius to the sports star or reliable friend. This assembly also teaches to spot the ‘superhero’ in others and to be thankful for those who support and save us in a hundred little ways every day. There is a part for every child - whether acting, singing, dancing or leading a prayer! Plans created by an Ofsted Good - Outstanding primary school teacher - History and Drama coordinator with over ten years of experience. These outstanding assemblies have consistently engage and excited all 30 performers in class… and have even got the adults in the audience up on their feet!
MissAndrews1983
Romans Assembly

Romans Assembly

Assembly all about the romans, involves a lot of acting and has a line for each child. My year 3 class really enjoyed this and the whole school were interested in Romans the rest of the week. Approriate for y2-y6! Enjoy :)
frazert2
Ways to use Role on the wall

Ways to use Role on the wall

These guidance sheets cover a number of versions of a strategy known as Role on the wall. This is a tried and tested strategy, that encourages pupils to think about different aspects of characters in fiction and non-fiction. It uses visual prompts and supports the writing of character sketches. It is also a useful route to discussion of texts and reading for meaning. It can be adapted for all ages and abilities, can be used in any classroom and requires few resources.
larraineharrison
Learning About Living Things: Frog in a Pond Game

Learning About Living Things: Frog in a Pond Game

This lesson is based on the game 'Red Light, Green Light’, with a twist. The player nominated as ‘it’ is a frog and the rest of the class are insects, trying to cross the pond without being eaten. Students will understand that living things live in different places where their needs are met, will be able to articulate how the game illustrates the relationship between a frog and insects and learn to follow the rules of a simple game.
TheTeachersFriend
MEET AND GREET in role as a person, number, shape or item and how to use it for a history topic.

MEET AND GREET in role as a person, number, shape or item and how to use it for a history topic.

This simple but effective practical strategy has the potential to serve many learning outcomes. It develops children’s speaking and listening skills, offers a practical approach to mathematics and aspects of science curriculum and can be an excellent way of introducing a history topic based on a community such as The Great Fire Of London. It can also be used in Book Weeks as children meet and greet each other as different characters from books.
larraineharrison
KS2 Class Assemblies

KS2 Class Assemblies

6 KS2 Class Assemblies: -Dilemmas -The Plague and Great Fire of London -Fantastic Mr. Fox -Iron Man -Teeth and Healthy Eating -7 Continents
mark harland
KS1 Summer Show/Assembly with songs and activity pack included!

KS1 Summer Show/Assembly with songs and activity pack included!

No more looking for songs to match your show/assembly, the songs have been written for you! Gordon’s Jungle Grumble is an original play script and songs written for children aged between 5-7 years, it is specifically adapted for children learning English as an additional language. Perfect for an assembly or summer show it comes with 6 original songs as backing tracks and teachers guidance on stage ideas and costumes. The songs are easy for any teacher to teach and class to learn quickly. Backing tracks included and only available with this download. A unique and fun story that has everything you need to organise a class/Key Stage performance. What you will get with this download: 1 An original, fun story script of over 1000 words written by a KS1 teacher and tried and tested with children aged 5-7 years. 2 Child friendly songs available exclusively as backing tracks with links to Youtube videos containing lyrics. 3 A powerpoint with all the lyrics to download. 4 Class activity worksheets linked to the story. 5 Teacher guidance on ideas for dances and stage design. NB The videos containing lyrics for the songs can also be found on ClassBerry's Youtube channel. However the backing tracks can only be found on this download. You will need a MP3 compatible player on your computer to listen to the backing tracks and follow along with the words at Class Berry... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyoZkqvUezw5EAOiZTpZOcw
ClassBerry
The Weather Assembly - whole class play, K.S.1

The Weather Assembly - whole class play, K.S.1

'Emilio lives with his mother, in a village on a Caribbean island. He is a very naughty boy and causes lots of problems. When he’s naughty he makes sparks fly. His mother gets very angry with him, and when she is angry the air rumbles loudly. The villagers are scared of them both. The Village Leader decides that the villagers have had enough, and he sends them both far away. It takes three attempts before Emilio and his mother are sent far enough away, so they can’t scare the villagers anymore…' This short play (for a whole class assembly) is based on a traditional Caribbean tale and would link very well to a topic on the weather. There are speaking parts for every child in a class of 30. However, you can change this by simply giving fewer children more to say, and have some children with non-speaking parts. For example, there are seven Ibis birds all saying one line each; this could easily be changed to less birds speaking. I have left the play as a word document so changes can be made. Characters: 4 narrators Emilio (This could be changed to Alesha if you want it to be a girl instead of a boy) Mother (This could be changed to father if you want it to be played by a boy) Village Leader (This would traditionally be a man but could easily be played by a girl) 4 rabbits 4 hens 4 sheep 4 villagers 7 Ibis birds Line count (the number of times the character speaks in the play, not the number of sentences spoken. There is a lot of repetition e.g. the villagers say the same thing every time they come on): Village Leader – 16 Emilio – 7 (including singing his song accompanied by the class) Mother – 7 (mainly singing her song accompanied by the class) Narrator 1 - 2 Narrator 2 – 2 Narrator 3 – 2 Narrator 4 – 2 Villagers (1-4) - 3 Rabbits (1-4) – 2 Hens (1-4) – 2 Sheep (1-4) – 2 Ibis birds (1-7) - 1
RhymeRockRole
Drama Activities

Drama Activities

6 Drama / Time-filler activities to do with your class. Bring a bit of fun to the last part of the day or just when the children are tired and need a boost. Simple instructions to follow! Activities include: 1. Fruit-bowl 2. Prisoner 3. Fishes 4. Look Down, Look Up 5. Wink Murder 6. Catch My Name (2 bean bags required)
mark harland
Three little pig story with pictures EYFS/ year 1

Three little pig story with pictures EYFS/ year 1

LO: To orally tell the story of the Three little Pigs. This simple powerpoint presentation boasts bright and clear images of the different parts of the story. Using simple language for young children, it can be used as a whole-class drama session where each group re-tells one or two parts of the story. Supports Pie Corbett method of story telling. Slides can be printed and used as handouts, or pictures to be used for caption writing.
Genie89
Endangered animals and conservation issues

Endangered animals and conservation issues

I have bundled together ten resources which focus on endangered animals and conservation issues . Polar bears, sea turtles and albatrosses all face particular problems in our seas and oceans. These resources take a look at these creatures and how they are adapted to their natural environment and what steps we must take in order for them to survive in greater numbers. The problem of plastic waste is a recurring theme in several of these resources. This bundle includes quizzes, comprehensions , poetry and puzzles which will engage pupils and inspire them to do their own independent research. Suitable for ages 7 and upwards.
jlimb