Superheroes Assembly for Key Stage I

£6.99

Superheroes Assembly for Key Stage I

Description

Superheroes Assembly for Key Stage I

Latest customer comment (27.7.17) 'I used this with my Reception year for a parent assembly. It went down a storm! Thank you so very much!"

Duration:

Around 10 – 15 minutes depending on how many ‘superhero demonstrations’ there are.  The first ‘speaking’ part of the assembly is around 5 minutes reading time. The rest of the assembly is down to the teacher in charge (the Narrator).

Cast:

Written for cast of 30 but easily adaptable up or down. The cast comprises class teacher as narrator plus children 1 – 30.

This assembly or class play is in roughly two parts – the first deals with the qualities of a superhero and how a superhero would change the world; the second is a demonstration of 'superpowers' by different 'superheroes'.

It is very much a 'movable feast' – the children can make their own choices re: how they'd change the world; and likewise choose which superheroes they'd like to portray – they can even make up their own. I have thus provided a 'template' which can be adapted according to class numbers and 'members'.

Sample Text:

Narrator:             Good morning and welcome to our assembly on

Whole cast:        (Together) Superheroes!

Narrator:             So, for the benefit of our audience, what makes a superhero? Or maybe I should ask the question, what makes a hero super?

Child 1:                 Super powers, of course!

Child 2:                 You can’t do much without them!

Child 3:                 Especially against those horrible baddies!

Narrator:             So. Let me get this straight. Heroes are always good?

Child 4:                 Right. They fight for what is good in the world

Child 5:                 Against all that is bad!

Narrator:             That must take a lot of courage!

Child 6:                 That’s why they’re superheroes!

Child 7:                 Brave!

Child 8:                 Strong!

Child 9:                 And determined!

Child 10:               It’s not always easy being a superhero!

Narrator:             (To cast) So. If you had the powers of a superhero, what would you do to make the world a better place?

Child 11:               I would take food to everyone who was hungry.

Child 12:               I would give shelter to everyone without a home.

Child 13:               I would hug everyone who feels unloved.

Child 14:               I would drive around in a Ferrari!

Narrator:             (Snorting) Oh really! And how is that going to improve the world?

Child 14:               Well, it would certainly improve mine!

Child 15:               I’d wear the most sparkly tiara in the world!

Child 16:               I’ve have a huge house overlooking the ocean!

Child 17:               I’d

Narrator:             (Interrupting and looking angrily at Child 14 -17) Enough! Enough! What terrible superheroes you’d make!

Child 14:               (Sulkily) Well, Batman had a bat mobile.

Child 16:               And he didn’t live in a bad house, either!

Narrator:             But this assembly is about what you would give! Not what you would get!

Child 17:               I’d put an end to wars!

Narrator:             You mean, bring world peace? Ah now that’s better.

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