The Tudors in Twenty Minutes Class Assembly Script
An exciting and interesting class assembly play script which runs through the different Tudor kings and queens from Henry Tudor to Elizabeth 1. Explains the War of the Roses.
A Tudor play script which runs through the different Tudor kings and queens from Henry Tudor to Elizabeth 1. Explains the War of the Roses and also includes a large amusingly written segment on Henry V111 and his wives.
Key Stage: Key Stage 2 History Curriculum - Tudors Role-play
Style: Very informative, creatively written script. The play is written with some very clever and amusing narrative poetry to explain difficult history to children in a very entertaining way. The kids love performing this
Number of children: Accommodates for a whole class of 30 but can easily be amended to accommodate less or more
Duration: Approx 20 minutes
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We haven't got all day
A quarter of an hour
A quarter of an hour
And we have got a lot to say
About the Tudors
Kings and Queens
Some of the strangest times
That you've ever seen
So let's go back
Five hundred years or so
Our time machine is all ready to go!
2010, 1910, 1810, 1710, 1610, 1510, 1410, 1483!!
Yes welcome to 1483. England was ruled by King Richard the third. He was a very good king.
In 1485, a Welsh Prince, named Henry Tudor got an army together and marched into England and fought King Richard at Bosworth Field in Leicestershire.
Soldiers X 8
(Fight scene with swords etc)
Things are not going too well. I'm getting out of here. A horse, a horse! My kingdom for a horse....!
(Sarcastically) Sorry, your majesty. No horses! (Kills him with a sword)
A very sad end for Richard the king. They say he didn't feel a thing.
This war was called the War of the Roses. It got its name from the badges the two sides used. The Lancastrians, Henry's lot, used a red rose, and the Yorkists, Richard's lot, used a white rose.
After the battle, Henry had a great idea.
Please welcome the first Tudor king, Henry the VII!
(Applause and cheers)
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