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Assemblies (Primary KS1 & KS2) , English, Drama, EAL

Short funny easy playscripts for primary school assemblies. Class sized plays - usually with roles for 15-30 children. Suggestions for music, costumes, set and list of props. Also for EAL students.

Short funny easy playscripts for primary school assemblies. Class sized plays - usually with roles for 15-30 children. Suggestions for music, costumes, set and list of props. Also for EAL students.
KS1 Christmas assembly play for children in Year 1 and 2

KS1 Christmas assembly play for children in Year 1 and 2

This is a fun play for children in Years 1 and 2. The play contains some traditional Christmas themes. The play production requires little in the way of stage arrangements. Run-time for the performance is approximately 15 minutes. Set, props and costumes suggestions are included as well as recommendation for traditional Christmas songs.
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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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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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World War One Assembly Play

World War One Assembly Play

This play has been written to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the outbreak of World War One in a way that is educational, entertaining and respectful to the sacrifice made by the combatants. The play is suitable for performance by children aged 10-11. The run-time for the performance is just under twenty minutes. The script includes recommendations for music and a song, suggestions for costumes, set arrangement and props required for each scene. There is a total of 24 roles; 3 roles are recommended for acting by girls, 3 roles are recommended for performance by boys. With doubling of roles as suggested, the play could be performed by 18 children. However, this number could easily be increased -or reduced- by two by adjusting the number of VOLUNTEERS. 15 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Chinese New Year Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

Chinese New Year Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

Children journey to Beijing and witness a lion dance, learn how the New Year is welcomed, watch the Lantern Festival and help clean the Hsu's home after being mistaken for household objects. Zorg and Zindy's Chinese New Year - 13 pages including notes for staging, props, costume and music suggestions. Total number of characters is 24 - could be increased. Run time is approximately 20 minutes.
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KS1 Christmas assembly play for children in Year 1 and 2

KS1 Christmas assembly play for children in Year 1 and 2

This is a fun play for children in Years 1 and 2. The play contains some traditional Christmas themes. The play production requires little in the way of stage arrangements. Run-time for the performance is approximately 15 minutes. Set, props and costumes suggestions are included as well as recommendation for traditional Christmas songs.
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4th July Independence Day Assembly Play by Robert Reed

4th July Independence Day Assembly Play by Robert Reed

The play script was written to re-tell the story of the struggle for American Independence in an amusing and entertaining show. The play has been written for performance by children 8-10 years old (3rd-4th Graders). Dance, songs, props, costumes and set arrangement are suggested for an accomplished production. The run-time for the show is 30 minutes. Referring to important historical information, the script would also make a useful resource for any teacher wishing to explore the subject of the Patriots’ struggle for independence. Total number of characters: 41 (18 non-speaking) Number of acting roles with doubling of roles as suggested above: 32 (9 non-speaking, minimum 21 boys) Non-acting roles: Music (1), Sound effects (2), Stage-hands (2) Total number of roles: 32 - 46 19 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Mahatma Gandhi Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

Mahatma Gandhi Assembly Playscript by Robert Reed

KS2 assembly playscript 17 pages - including staging, props and costume notes. Total number of characters without doubling is 34. With doubling of roles, the total number of roles could be reduced to 23. Alternatively, the cast could be increased to 41.
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Anzac Day Assembly Play by Robert Reed

Anzac Day Assembly Play by Robert Reed

This play has been written to educate audiences of all ages about the heroism of Private Jack Simpson and the ANZAC forces at Gallipoli. Whilst the play is meant to be humorous in parts, it also should convey the tragedy of Private Simpson’s sacrifice. The play is suitable for performance by children aged 8-10 (Years 4-5). There is a total of 26 roles; 1 role is recommended for acting by a girl, 3 roles are recommended for performance by boys. With doubling of roles, the play could be performed by 21 children. Alternatively, the number of roles could be enlarged to 28. The run-time for the performance is 20 minutes. The script includes recommendations for music, suggestions for costume and set arrangement and a list of required props. 15 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Father's Day Assembly Play Daddy Cool by Robert Reed

Father's Day Assembly Play Daddy Cool by Robert Reed

Father’s Day was first celebrated on 19th June, 1910 in Spokane, Washington State, America. This play is an entertaining and informative way to celebrate Father’s Day and let dads know how much they are appreciated. The play is suitable for performance by children in Years 2 and 3 (6-8 years old). The run-time for the performance is 20 minutes. There is a total of 23 roles; 7 roles are recommended for acting by girls, 7 roles are recommended for performance by boys. 13 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Greek Myths Assembly KS2 Theseus and the Minitaur

Greek Myths Assembly KS2 Theseus and the Minitaur

The story of Theseus and the Minotaur is one of the greatest tales of heroism from Ancient Greece. This play offers an amusing version of the classic adventure and is an ideal resource for any class studying Ancient Greece or myths and legends. The play is designed for performance by Years 5 and 6. The run-time for the performance is 25 minutes. The play would suit performance groups and classes with 17-25 children. There are 10 recommended roles for boys and 7 for girls. The play script contains notes for direction, the arrangement of the set as well as details concerning the costumes and the props required for each scene. 15 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Summer Assembly Play for Key Stage 1

Summer Assembly Play for Key Stage 1

This play is fun and fast-moving and has a strong environmental theme, combined with scientific information. The play allows some pupils to act as fairy folk, whilst others can choose from a wide variety of roles: including that of Science Professors. There are several suggested small songs for performance during the play. There is a wide variety of roles for pupils of different ability levels. This play is suitable for performance by pupils in Year 1 and Year 2. The maximum number of child participants required is 33; the minimum number required is 24. There is a role on stage for the class teacher, in order to assist with narration and the direction of pupils on stage if need be. There is one recommended role for a boy and five recommended roles for girls. The run-time for the play is 15 minutes. 13 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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Ancient Greek Olympics Assembly Play by Robert Reed

Ancient Greek Olympics Assembly Play by Robert Reed

The play is suitable for performance by children aged 9-11 years. The run-time for the performance is fifteen minutes. The script includes recommendations for music, suggestions for costumes, set arrangement and props required for each scene. There is a total of 17 roles; 3 roles are recommended for acting by girls, 2 roles are recommended for performance by boys. With doubling of roles, the total number of roles could be reduced to 15. Alternatively, the cast could be enlarged with the addition of an extra NARRATOR. 13 pages including notes for staging, props, costumes and music suggestions.
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