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Football World Cup Russia 2018 KS2 Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

Football World Cup Russia 2018 KS2 Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

This play celebrates the 21st FIFA World Cup in Russia. It has been written in a fun and lively style offering information concerning the history of football and the World Cup. The play offers opportunities for comedy acting and playing some football on stage. The play is suitable for performance by children in Key Stage Two. The run-time for the performance is 15 minutes. There is a total of 23 roles; 3 roles are recommended for acting by girls and 3 roles are recommended for performance by boys. With doubling of roles as suggested, the play could be performed by 19 children. 12 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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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!

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. No more looking for appropriate songs to sing, the songs match the script and are easy for any teacher to learn with their class. 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. 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
South America Class Assembly Script

South America Class Assembly Script

A script for a class assembly based around the topic of South America or the Rain forest. Plot - Two tourist want to visit South America but cant decide which county to go to. Travel agents give tourist lots of useful information about different counties. Then Bear Grylls enters and asked the tourists to go on a survival adventure with him. Children 'survive' in the jungle and are later interviewed by Holy and Phil about their adventure. 17 speaking parts - extras can include children dressed as rain forest animals and singing parts. Includes PowerPoint presentation.
rjbenn
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
KS2 Ancient Egypt Assembly!

KS2 Ancient Egypt Assembly!

Complete Ancient Egypt assembly script with songs, Prezi, lyrics and questions to ask the audience! My school really enjoyed watching this assembly and the children had a lot of fun working on it! Hopefully the script will get both the children and the staff at your school laughing. The assembly covers a range of topics including the pyramids, Tutankhamun, Lord Carnavon and Howard Carter, mummies and much more.
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World Cup 2018 Leavers Assembly

World Cup 2018 Leavers Assembly

World Cup 2018 Leavers’ Assembly Duration: around 15 minutes. Cast size suitable for one class - or year group of two or three classes. Who would have thought Mr. Head would have so much trouble in this Leavers' Assembly - disciplining his own staff?! There's Mr. Place - a geography teacher with an unfortunate temper; there's Mrs Sums - with an unfortunate obsession with numbers; there's Mrs Write - with her unfortunate outspokenness ... are you spotting a pattern here? And as for Mr. Force from the science department ... well, let's just say he might have pushed his luck just that little bit too far on this occasion! Anyway, hat's off to Mr. Head as he struggles on. After all, football is just a game, isn't it?! Sample Text Mr. Head: Ah! Mrs Write, our Literacy expert! Mrs Write: (Enunciating every word slowly and perfectly) Good morning, Mr. Head. Good Morning, children! Students: Good morning, Mrs Write! Mrs Write: Before we go any further, I do feel it is important that our children can tell the difference between fact and fantasy! Mr. Head: Er, don't you mean facts and opinions? Mrs Write: (Impatiently) Just so! Though some of my students seem to be indulging in some very worrying fantasies at the moment. Student 1: But you're always telling us to use our imaginations, Miss! Mrs Write: ‘Tis true. But we also need to keep a certain hold on reality. And, to put it bluntly .... (pausing) Mr. Head: (Impatiently) Yes, Mrs Write. We haven't got all day! Mrs Write: Well, as long as you can assure me that I won't upset anyone in speaking my mind? Mr. Head: It's never stopped you in the past! Mrs Write: (Cagily) Well, it's about England's chances of winning the World Cup! Mr. Head: Ah! (Pauses) Now I see where you're coming from. Could I suggest you proceed with extreme caution? With extreme tact, even? Mrs Write: Oh don't you worry! You're looking at somebody who can not only write to the highest standard but is also always right in everything she says .. Mr. Head: (Aside) And so modest with it! Mrs Write: Let me just tell anyone who is nursing any illusions about England winning Mr. Head: (Anxiously) I think I mentioned tact, Mrs Write? Mrs Write: Well .... (takes a deep breath and then blurts out) England doesn't stand the faintest chance of winning the World Cup! (Mr. Head covers his head in despair, as all students rise to their feet in uproar) Mrs Write: You see what I mean? Somebody had to tell them! They shouldn't be allowed to continue believing in this fantasy! Mr. Head: (In exasperation) Mrs Write! Have you ever heard the expression ‘Like a bull in a china shop'?
suesplays
World Cup 2018 Assembly

World Cup 2018 Assembly

World Cup 2018 Assembly Cast Size – 33 as this includes Referee plus 32 competing nations - but speaking parts can be doubled up, to the number required. Duration - Around 20 minutes (not including music) A referee's job is never the easiest in the world - but put him in charge of 32 teams from across the world - all together, at the same time ..... Does he have his work cut out or does he have his work cut out?! Join him plus 32 nations in this celebration of the World Cup - all lining up for one of the greatest sporting events on the planet! Sample Text: Referee: Sorry, I didn’t quite catch that. What are we here celebrating today? Whole Cast: (Shouting louder) THE WORLD CUP! (Referee blows whistle) Referee: OK. OK. Sit down everyone. Don’t let’s get too excited! It is, after all, only football! English Fan: (In outrage) Pardon? Have you never heard what the great Bill Shankly had to say? Referee: No. But I’ve a feeling I’m going to! English Fan: He said “Some people believe football is a matter of life and death. I’m very disappointed with that attitude. I can assure you it is much, much more important than that”! Referee: (Shrugging) And there was me, thinking it was just sport! So, let’s find out a little more about the World Cup, starting with where it’s going to be held this year, 2018. Russia: In Russia! We, as the host nation, (turning to cast) are happy to welcome you all! (Everyone cheers) Referee: Thank you, Russia. Tell me. How many countries are there competing this year? Russia: Thirty two! Referee: Let’s meet them! In Group A (Each country, represented by a fan dressed in his team colours, stands and waves national flag in turn before sitting down again) Russia: Russia! We’re the host nation Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabia. The first team to take on the host nation in the opening match! Egypt: Egypt! Referee: Welcome back! Egypt: Yes, it’s been 28 years since our last appearance in a world cup, in 1990. Uruguay: Uruguay! We were the very first host, in 1930.
suesplays
Outer Space Assembly - whole class, KS2

Outer Space Assembly - whole class, KS2

OUTER SPACE WHOLE CLASS ASSEMBLY Included in this pack: A short play (including a Word version of the script to change the number of speaking parts etc) Two original poems (PPT slides + written versions) PPT slides of all the planets 1) 'I’m the Most Important Planet' - a play about the planets arguing over who is the most important. It has speaking parts for a class of 30 children, but this can be altered to have less speakers. It includes several facts about each planet. I have left it as a word document so changes can be made. As well as the full script I have also included the individual planet script excerpts, to save everyone having to have a copy of the full script. 2) 'A Mass of Puzzling Questions' - a gentle, descriptive poem about outer space; it has two stanzas and is non-rhyming. This could be used to inspire artwork, music, poetry writing and dance work – all of which could be included in the assembly. 3) 'Fight in Space' - a short poem about spaceships having a fight in space; it has seven short stanzas and is non-rhyming. This is an action poem full of noises and could be used to inspire artwork, poetry writing, music and a dramatic interpretation - all of which could be included in the assembly.
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