Henry VIII Key Stage 2 Assembly
A very irreverent assembly play about Henry VIII and his love of beheading.
Cast: The play is for 30 children, with 10 narrators guiding us through Henry's marital progression
Duration: Approximately 15 minutes.
Age: Key stage 2
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The Stone Age & Beyond, Key Stage 2 Assembly
For a very long time, our ancestors didn't do much beyond scrape by & die.
Then someone, about 1/5 a million years ago, domesticated fire & everything changed.
We could live in colder climates, we could scare off nasty animals and we could cook meat - so our brains grew with all that protein.
What did we do with this? Well, 40,000 years ago (give or take), someone decided to invent Maths - and children and been cursing them ever since.
32,000 years ago, the kids got revenge and started cave painting, only the adults hijacked that.
Agriculture followed (eventually), but things really took off with the invention of Metallurgy.
Bing & Moo guide you through the key stages of evolution - from the early stone age to the end of the iron age, demonstrating that the time before Maths and English wasn't so great.