Respect school Assembly for Key Stage 1 (KS1)

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Respect school Assembly, SEAL class play was written for Key Stage I – the part of the is narrator taken by the Class Teacher. Other Character Assemblies available in PSHE section of www.plays-r-ussell.com

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Respect school Assembly for Key Stage 1 (KS1)

Respect school Assembly, SEAL class play was written for Key Stage I – the part of the is narrator taken by the Class Teacher. Other Character Assemblies available in PSHE section of www.plays-r-ussell.com such as The Missing Easter Eggs

Cast of 30 – easily adaptable up or down. Duration – around 10 minutes not including music suggestions.

Following is from one of my TpT teachers –

On January 26, 2018, Justine R. answered:

Thank you! Just what I was looking for!
Total:
Assesment

Sample Text

Goldilocks:       Help! Help! Save me from these vicious bears!

Mummy Bear: (Retorting angrily) Vicious bears?

Daddy Bear:    (Laughing) Who? Us?

Baby Bear:      We’re the victims here, not her!

Narrator:         Aha! Goldilocks and the Three Bears! Now that’s an interesting tale!

Mummy:         One of burglary

Daddy Bear:    Break in

Baby Bear:      And vandalism!

Goldilocks:       Oops! That bad?

All three bears:           (Together, nodding) That bad!

Narrator:         Oh dear! So not only have we a total lack of respect for people

Goldilocks:       Bears!

Narrator:         No difference! Don’t go making things worse for yourself, young lady!

Mummy Bear: Quite!  Who ever heard such cheek?

Narrator:         I repeat. Not only have we a total lack of respect for people (pauses) ..  and bears! But a lack of respect for other’s property as well!

(Whole cast gasps in shock)

Goldilocks:       (To Bears) I’m so sorry! I should never have walked into your home

Mummy Bear: Or eaten our food

Baby Bear:      Or sat on our furniture

Daddy Bear:    Or slept on our beds.

Goldilocks:       I am so sorry. I’ll never do it again!

(Exit Goldilocks and the Three Bears, smiling at each other)

Narrator:         Well, there’s a happy ending!

Child 1:            But it’s very easy to go wrong! To forget that respect thing. We do need reminding of some important facts.

Child 2:            Everyone is different.

Child 3:            We all look different

Child 4:            We all like different things

Child 5:            I like running!

Child 6:            I like football!

Child 7:            I like reading a book!

Narrator:         And that’s fine. Nothing wrong with having these differences!

Child 8:            Our world would be so boring if everyone was the same!

Child 9:            It doesn’t matter

Child 10:          If you support Chelsea!

Child 11:          Or Arsenal!

In Addition:

Awe and Wonder
Being Positive
British Values
Bullying
Character
Children’s Rights
Citizenship Skills
Coping with Sadness
Diversity
Kindness
Friendship
Happiness
Love
Manners
Mutual Respect
New Year Resolutions
Self-Esteem
Self-Respect
Tolerance
Understanding Others’ Points of View

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