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Freddie Green's Musical Plays for Primary School

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(based on 49 reviews)

I was a drama teacher for more years than I care to admit, and over the years have written lots of easy musical plays and assemblies for primary schools. I have a commercial website too which is magicparrot.com where you can preview the plays. Please make your purchase at TES.com though because you will save up to 90%

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I was a drama teacher for more years than I care to admit, and over the years have written lots of easy musical plays and assemblies for primary schools. I have a commercial website too which is magicparrot.com where you can preview the plays. Please make your purchase at TES.com though because you will save up to 90%
St George and the Dragon
Freddie GreenFreddie Green

St George and the Dragon

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Fantastic musical play to celebrate St George's Day, for primary schools. Recommended!!! A stirring patriotic musical play about the history of St. George and the Dragon. 4 bouncy original songs and 3 well known ones. Plenty of action , dance and fun. Price includes audio, script, piano score, and licences. A fantastic heart-warming play for any time of year (or 23rd April of course) (Sold on the owner's website for £24.95 but offered at only £5.00 from the TES)
A Not So English Breakfast (Musical Assembly for KS2)
Freddie GreenFreddie Green

A Not So English Breakfast (Musical Assembly for KS2)

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A Not-so-English Breakfast. A musical assembly for primary schools. Supplied with two songs which have vocals tracks and backing tracks. No musical ability needed Synopsis: It’s breakfast time for an ordinary family. Dad has been grumbling that he wants a full English breakfast- he says he will never eat any “foreign food.” But a full English breakfast actually consists almost entirely of foods from other countries- cornflakes, bacon, tea, coffee, marmalade etc. Children in the audience are delighted as the various dishes are whisked away from him! (More so if a teacher plays the part of Dad) There are lots of possibilities for follow-up work about where food comes from, rhymes, food surveys etc. Songs: “I had a sausage” (A very silly song- children love it) “We Give thanks” (A jolly song of thanks with rap-style spoken verses) Characters: Narrator, dad, mum, sons (Leroy and Adam), daughters (Ann and Julie), singers