End of year/leavers musical for 7-11 years (KS2).
Running time 60 minutes approx.
We've turned the events of a school week into a schedule of riveting TV programmes! Watch ‘Class Act’, a soap following the drama of a wet playtime. Join nursery-nurse, Jean Jolly, demonstrating a unique brand of classroom discipline, in ‘Little Blighters!’ See would-be singing stars trying to impress the judges for a place in the school choir, in ‘Y Bother’. Plus wacky quiz shows, documentaries and DIY challenges that all go to prove what an entertaining place school can be!
Just think about it - the events of a typical school week transformed into an evening's worth of television programmes! What a riveting and entertaining viewing schedule it would make! Well, we've done it! Welcome to the first broadcast from STV (School Television), hosted by the ever-popular presenters, Fern and Reggie.
Turn on, tune in and relax, as your eyes and ears are bombarded with musical televisual treats, which will give you an insight into the poignant and often hilarious world of school. Whether you're a soap fan, a quiz show devotee, or a reality TV addict, we promise to cater for all tastes, and provide you with a memorable evening's entertainment.
First up 'Class Act', a new soap opera which follows the dramatic happenings during wet playtime! Learn from expert nursery nurse, Jean Jolly, as she shares her unique brand of discipline with the under-fives, in 'Little Blighters'. Expect more than a few barbed comments from host Dudley Nightshade as he fires those test questions, in our quiz show 'Deadweight'. Cringe as more would-be singing stars try to impress the judges and gain a place in the school choir, in our talent show 'Y Bother'. Join genial caretaker, Jim Fixit, as he and his crew take on maintenance challenges in and around school, in 'DIY Distress!'. Be a fly on the wall as we follow the ladies on the frontline of lunchtime law enforcement, in 'Supervisors'. And as some of us say a final goodbye to primary school, enjoy an opportunity for some calm thought and reflection, as headteacher, Miss Conduct, leads the congregation in 'Assembly Time'.