The home of school assemblies, class plays and guided reading play scripts for Key Stages 1, 2, 3 & 4.
Scroll down for topical suggestions or click on My Plays
above for the full catalogue.
These will include scripts pertinent to English Literature G.C.S.E’s, AS and A2.
I am also adding a section entitled Classics Made Simple – which is a new project aimed at adults who may prefer slim-line versions of the classics.
Whilst continuing to add to my KSI and II collection (of over 400 scripts) I am now turning my hand to KS III and IV script writing. This is a new venture for me and I am more than happy to receive requests/pointers/advice offered by any KS III & IV teachers; likewise from drama groups.
My first submissions are by Charles Dickens – A Christmas Carol, Oliver Twist, David Copperfield, Great Expectations and A Tale of Two Cities.
I will be working through other great classics plus a number of themes such as Climate Change, Future of Our World, etc. Again, requests on specific themes and books most welcome.
I have over 400 scripts on this website – all of which you should be able to find using the search facility. If however you have something more obscure in mind, or just need some guidance, please do not hesitate to contact me via email [email protected]. It might be quicker and easier and I am always happy to help! Sue
As orders have been a bit thin off the ground (zero for last 2 months!) I was particularly heartened to receive this review – gives me hope for future orders!
Second World War Guided Readers
Comment: “My students actually really enjoyed doing this. They love a good script in class.”
Rating: 5/5 (extremely satisfied)
and I have just received this from ‘an appreciative mum’! I normally get feedback from teachers so it was really nice to receive this! “Just watched my daughter in her class assembly this morning, about Chinese New Year. Fantastic assembly, so informative and such fun to watch too! My daughter loved performing in it and can’t wait until the next one!”
The following was a review and my response off TES which I would like to share. I’m always heartened by such feedback – fellow teachers will, I know, understand the importance of such encouragement!
Natural Disasters Assembly or Class Play
wowthehokeycokey said: This is a great resource. The children performed it as a play to their parents at the end of the topic. It also reinforced their learning, as the subject knowledge is presented in the most interesting way possible. I also used it as part of our learning about play scripts within that topic. Highly recommended and saved me a weekend of work trying to write one. Good suggestions for linking songs too. A lucky find for me as I didn’t expect to find a play about this. Thank you
Thank you so much for taking the time to write – your review pretty much sums up what I aim to do through my writing – which is to bring the curriculum to life in a meaningful way i.e. covering what you teach in class and presenting, via the children, as a kind of round-up of what they have learned. I also, as a teacher, found that it gave even the least confident children the chance to shine – often quite a revelation how children rise to the occasion through drama. Thank you again. Positive feedback like yours keeps me writing! Sue Russell
I am always happy to ‘write on-demand’ so if you have any special requests re scripts I haven’t hitherto thought of, let me know!
- Assemblies and Class Plays – Based on a class of 30. Suitable for performing within the classroom or in front of the school. Ready to deliver, with suggested songs, props and production notes.
- Performance Poems – To read in groups in class, or as whole class performance.