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Awe and Wonder Class Play

Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
Awe and Wonder Class Play
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Awe and Wonder Class Play
This KS II class play or assembly is on awe and wonder – and there’s plenty of that about in the awesome world of nature!
Scoring a ‘WOW!’ proves a bit of a challenge for this particular set of children – it seems to take a lot to impress the ‘awe-full-not’ teacher who is supposedly in charge!
Cast of 30 (easily adaptable up or down)
Duration - around 15 minutes not including music suggestions
This script is the first in a series of Awe and Wonder class plays – the second one being on Man Made Wonders – loosely based on the Seven Wonders of the World but probably with a lot more thrown in! There will be ‘parallel’ simpler scripts for the younger children of Key Stage I (5-7yrs) on this theme.
Sample Text
Narrator: So. Let us make sure this assembly is (pauses) awesome! What have you got for me?
Child 12: Well, we thought we’d start with all the most awesome places in the world.
Child 13: Aside from our school, of course!
Narrator: (Smiling) Of course!
Child 14: So, what about
(Each child in turn holds up a picture of the place they are describing)
Child 14: This great lump of rock!
Narrator: Great lump of rock? What’s so awesome about that?
Child 14: (Indignantly, to Child 10) What were you saying about adults? This lump of rock just happens to be Uluru – otherwise known as Ayer’s Rock, in Australia.
Narrator: Well, it does have a pretty amazing colour.
Child 14: Red sandstone! Formed six hundred million years ago!
Narrator: Wow!
(Whole cast cheers)
Child 10: Wow! We got a wow!
Narrator: Well, I’m not that hard to impress!
Child 14: Difficult not to be impressed by the world’s biggest monolith – that’s a single rock, by the way!
Narrator: Yes, yes. I knew that!
Child 14: And that it’s some nine kilometres in circumference?
Narrator: Hmm. Of course! I am a teacher, you know!
Child 15: Well. What about this. The Grand Canyon!
Narrator: More rocks?
Child 15: (Indignantly) Yes but these rocks form one of the deepest gorges on Earth!
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