Queen Elizabeth II Assembly or Class Play – part of Kings and Queens Series for Key Stage I, plus Queen’s Jubilee Assembly i.e. 2 for 1!
Queen Elizabeth II Assembly or Class Play – part of Kings and Queens Series for Key Stage I, plus Queen’s Jubilee Assembly. These two scripts were written at two different times – one, during the year of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations; and the second in 2019. As there is quite an overlap on information, it was decided to sell the two together, as a 2 for 1. The first script is shorter and simpler than the second and suitable for early Key Stage I. The second is perhaps more for later Key Stage I.
It was decided to keep the two scripts separate so that if, for example, the customer is looking for an earlier year’s script, then the first is fine as it is. However, if the customer is looking for more detail, slightly higher level of text and longer production, then text can be taken from the second script – obviously minus the Jubilee references.
Also available: The Queen’s 90th Birthday Party Assembly
Queen Elizabeth II Assembly or Class Play
Cast of 25 easily adaptable up or down (Narrator – Class Teacher). Duration: around 10 to 15 minutes including music suggestions
Queen Elizabeth II Assembly Sample Text:
Queen Elizabeth II: Oh, I can’t wait to hear all about me!
Narrator: And of course, if there’s anything we’ve left out, you’ll be sure to let us know!
Narrator: So, where shall we start?
Queen: How about my birthdays?
Child 5: You get two!
Child 6: One in April and one in June!
Child 7: Then all those banquets
Child 8: And garden parties at Buckingham Palace
Music 3 They’re Changing Guards at Buckingham Palace
(Whole cast reciting/singing)
(Optional ‘Changing of the Guards’ as part of the song)
Narrator: Ah! Buckingham Palace! What a national treasure! Let’s hear a little about it!
Child 9: It has seven hundred and seventy-five rooms
Narrator: (Reading from list) That is, nineteen state rooms, fifty-two royal and guest bedrooms, one hundred and eighty-eight bedrooms used by staff, ninety-two offices and seventy-eight bathrooms!
Child 10: That’s a lot of rooms!
Queen Elizabeth II: Ah, but home for me is
Child 11: A nice little bungalow?
Queen Elizabeth II: (Exploding) Good grief, no! A castle, of course! Windsor Castle!
Narrator: (Hurriedly) Oh no offence meant, your majesty
Queen Elizabeth II: (Continuing huffily) And another in Scotland, Balmoral Castle!
Narrator: And Sandringham House in Norfolk where you spend your Christmases with your family
Queen Elizabeth II: (Sighing) Ah! My family!
Child 12: Prince Phillip, your husband!
Child 13: Your four children
Child 14: Prince Charles
Child 15: Princess Anne
Child 16: Prince Andrew
Child 17: And Prince Edward.
Narrator: And then the grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Child 18: And all those royal weddings!
Queen’s Jubilee Assembly
Cast of 30 (easily adaptable up or down)
Duration: Around 10 – 15 minutes including music suggestions.
Child 1: Queen Elizabeth the Second was born on 21st April 1926.
Child 2: Her dad was King George VI.
Child 3: Elizabeth had all her lessons at home.
Child 4: She learnt French
Child 5: And was a really strong swimmer
Child 6: She was also a Girl Guide and later, a Sea Ranger.
Narrator: But let’s start with what you don’t do!
Queen: (Angrily) What I don’t do? What do you mean?
Narrator: Well, you don’t chop off people’s heads every time they annoy you!
Queen: (Indignantly) As if!
Child 20: The Queen is a constitutional monarch
Child 21: The government runs the country, not the queen.
Narrator: (To Queen) But you do a wonderful job in other ways.
Other ‘royal’ scripts available from www.plays-r-ussell.com include:
Key Stage I:
· Great Monarchs Assembly – Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Victoria
Plus 2 speaker script for the above.
Key Stage II:
1. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee assembly on the English Monarchy – this being a quick gallop from Alfred to our present queen!
2. The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee assembly on the years 1952 – 2012 – an adaptation of my History of Rock n Roll assembly. This covers world events but with a musical twist (up to 34 suggested songs!)
3. Couple of scripts on the Royal Weddings.