Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One

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Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One is a shorter simplified version of the Key Stage Two Chocolate Assembly. It is a separate script i.e. has different content though the list of chocolates at the beginning is common to both scripts.

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Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One

Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One is a shorter simplified version of the Key Stage Two Chocolate Assembly. It is a separate script i.e. has different content though the list of chocolates at the beginning is common to both scripts.

Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One Cast size: 30 but easily adaptable up or down

Duration: Around 5 minutes reading time – around 15 minutes with inclusion of suggested songs and song adaptations.

I’m guessing of all my assemblies this one will go down best with both cast and audience!

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Chocolate Assembly for Key Stage One Sample Text:

Class Teacher: Did someone say ‘Cadbury’?

(Whole Cadbury group, Child 1 – 13, cheers)

Head:               But wasn’t there once a Mister Cadbury?

Child 14:          George Cadbury

Child 15:          Born 1839

Child 16:          His chocolates made him rich

Child 17:          But he used his money to help everyone who worked for him.

Child 18:          He built them a factory

Child 19:          In the country

Child 20:          With houses to live in

Child 21:          And schools for the children.

Head:               Did you say factory?

Child 18:          I did!

Head:               A chocolate factory?

Child 18:          That’s right!

Head:               (Getting very excited) Like Mr Wonka? Like in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory?

(Optional Music 3 – Oompa Loompa Song)

Class Teacher: (To Head teacher) But you do realise – Charlie and Mr Wonka and the Oompa Loompas weren’t real?

Head:               (Looking surprised and then ‘collecting’ him/herself) Well, of course I do!

Class Teacher: And did you know there was chocolate – way before Mr. Cadbury?

Head:               (Looking surprised again) There was? I mean, of course I know there was!

Child 19:          Around two thousand years ago in fact!

Head:               Did you say, two thousand years ago?

Child 19:          I did!

Child 20:          The ancient Maya drank chocolate!

Child 21:          So did the Aztecs!

Child 22:          In Central America.

Child 22:          We didn’t catch up til the 16th century!

Head:               Wow!

Class Teacher: Yes, just think of all that chocolate we missed out on!

Head:               Seems to me like we have a bit of catching up to do!

(Head Teacher holds up a large box of chocolates; whole cast gasps and cheers)

Class Teacher: (Tutting) But wait a minute!

(Collective groan from cast)

Class Teacher: (Shaking her head) Now, now, children! You know what you promised me?

(Another collective groan from the cast)

Head:               And what was that, Miss Smart?

Class Teacher: Oh! Just my very favourite piece of music, of all time!

(Whole cast groans)

Head:               Well, I don’t see anything wrong with that?

Child 23:          You don’t have to dance to it!

Head:               Dance to it? Oh how very charming! The perfect way to end your assembly!

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