BRiLLiANT, HISTorical SCHOOL MUSiCALS
MUSICALS FOR SCHOOLS, DRAMA CLUBS AND YOUTH THEATRES
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The History Portal provide teachers with Primary School Resources to help teach History in a fun and exciting way. We provide schools with all the primary school resources needed to put on a history production in their school that both educates and entertains.
Let’s Make History FUN
50 Minute Primary School Resources covering the periods in history required for the KS2 History corriculum.
Complete with 12 original songs including a one year performance licence.
These 50 minute shows have all the recources required to be performed by 15 to 100 children.
Bring Your Musical To Life With A Mini Musical Drama as part of your Primary School Resources
These fantastic 15 minute bite sized assembly shows can be performed by as few as 10 or any number of children.
This is a mini version of the parent show, including three songs.
Specially created short pantomimes that are loosely based well known Pantomimes. More importantly they are also are POTTY!
These are the perfect Primary School Resources to help you with your Christmas performances, saving you time and effort and giving the children fantastic memories.
The perfect accompanyment to your muscial show are these fabulous Primary School Resources going into more depth on the subject matter. Helpinng you to fill out your lesson plans.
Well, that is exactly what Joseph Montgolfier did, and it led to him, with his brother, Étienne Montgolfier, coming up with the first air balloon, which in turn led to the first untethered manned hot-air balloon flight by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and François Laurent d’Arlandes on November 21, 1783, in Paris, France, in a balloon created by the Montgolfier brothers.
The whole history of flight started one evening in 1782. Joseph Montgolfier was sitting in front of his fire speculating as to what caused the embers to rise from the fire. He couldn’t decide if the smoke itself made them rise. So, he decided to do what seemed to him obvious, he filled a small box with some crumpled paper and light it! He got his answer, because, when lit, the box rose all the way to the ceiling.
This led him to ….
Have you lost the music files for you musical? Or want to share the music with your cast?