Florence Nightingale Class Play

Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
Florence Nightingale Class Play
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Florence Nightingale Class Play
Cast Size: 30 (easily adjustable up or down)
Duration: Around 10 minutes reading time - around 15 with music suggestions included.
This class play tells the story of a remarkable woman - whose work laid the foundations for a wonderful nursing profession - - whilst having an unashamed ‘go’ at today's so-called 'famous' - the celebs!
Based on the UK’s Key Stage One (5 – 7 year olds), Unit Four: Why do we remember Florence Nightingale? it provides a complete coverage of this unit's teaching content.
Whilst focusing on the history unit, there are many citizenship references, the last section focusing on how children themselves can 'make a difference', closing with that beautiful song by Michael Jackson, Heal the World.
Also available:
• Assembly on Florence Nightingale, Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell
• Assembly on Florence Nightingale & Edith Cavell
• Assembly on Mary Seacole and Edith Cavell
plus set of guided reading scripts on Amazing Women:
1. Amazing Women From Across the World: 15th – 20th century
2. Amazing Women From Across the World: 20th Century
3. Amazing Women in the American Women’s Suffrage Movement
4. Amazing Women in the American Civil Rights Movement
5. Amazing First Ladies 31-35

For comprehensive collection of Sue Russell’s scripts, visit www.plays-r-ussell.com
Sample Text
Child 1 - 13
Florence Nightingale
Paparazzi 1
Boy Band (Boy 1 – 5)
Mr and Mrs Nightingale (Florence’s parents)
Paparazzi 2
Soldiers 1 – 4 (1 & 2 – Wounded; 3 & 4 – Recovered)
Nurses 1 & 2
Music 1 – What have you done today to make you feel proud? – Heather Small
(Children file in, with Music 1 in the background)
Narrator: Good morning and welcome to our assembly on
Child 1: A truly amazing woman!
Child 2: Kind
Child 3: With a heart of gold!
Child 4: Brave
Child 5: With the heart of a lion!
Child 6: Prepared to do anything for others
Child 7: Who got things done and changed the lives of millions
Child 8: Never afraid to speak her mind if it meant others would benefit
Child 9: Someone who put others before herself
Child 10: The perfect role model for us today!
Narrator: Whooah! Hold on! Who is this person?
Child 11: (Incredulously) Who is this person?
Child 12: Only the founder of modern nursing!
Child 13: The ‘lady with the lamp’!
Narrator: Ah! It’s got to be
Whole cast: (Together) Florence Nightingale!
Narrator: Would the lady step forward?
(Enter Florence Nightingale)
Florence: (Looking confused) You called? Does someone need help?
Narrator: No, dear lady. We just wanted to meet one of our country’s best loved figures!
Florence: Who? Me? Oh I only did what I knew to be right!
Narrator: So modest! Don’t you like being famous?
Florence: (Looking confused) Pardon?
Narrator: (Sighing) OK. Perhaps we need to explain what we mean by famous.
(Enter Paparazzi 1)
Paparazzi 1 Famous? Did someone say ‘famous’? Where and who? Quick! Point them out to me!
Narrator: And you are?
(Paparazzi 1 walks along cast, taking pictures of everyone)
Paparazzi 1 Why, the Paparazzi, of course! I take pictures of the famous for a living!
Cast: (Together) But we’re not famous!
Paparazzi 1 (Furiously) You’re not? Well, why didn’t someone tell me!
Narrator: You didn’t give me a chance to answer your question.
Paparazzi 1 I didn’t? Oh! Well, go on then, who is famous here today? And please be quick! I have to have these pictures ready for tomorrow’s newspaper!
Narrator: Is that all you want? Don’t you want to know a bit about the person you’re taking pictures of?
Paparazzi 1 Nah! If they’re famous, that’s good enough for me!
Narrator: But surely your readers want to know why they’re famous?
Paparazzi 1 (Falls about laughing) You’re joking, right? Is this a wind-up?
Narrator: Pardon?
Paparazzi 1 Are you for real? What century are you living in?
Music 2 When will I, will I be famous? BROS
(Boy Band singing above song)
Total Pages
12 pages
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