Class Assembly Script: WWII

Written by Dan

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Are you looking for an interactive and exciting way to educate your students about World War II? Why not host a class assembly that brings history to life with songs, stories, and dramatic performances?

From the Battle of Midway to the Holocaust, we have all the resources you need to make your WWII assembly script truly engaging.

Real-life accounts will inspire your students, entertainingly learn key facts, and gain a new appreciation for those who served our country during this difficult time. Ready to get started? Let’s jump right into how you can create your own perfect WWII class assembly today!

Related: For more, check out our Class Assembly Script About WWI  here.

Title: Life During WWII: A Year 6 Class Assembly


  1. Narrator
  2. Prime Minister Winston Churchill
  3. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
  4. Adolf Hitler
  5. Anne Frank
  6. Evacuee Child 1
  7. Evacuee Child 2
  8. Soldier 1
  9. Soldier 2
  10. Nurse 1
  11. Nurse 2
  12. Home Front Mother
  13. Home Front Father
  14. Air Raid Warden
  15. Factory Worker 1
  16. Factory Worker 2
  17. Shopkeeper
  18. Rationing Officer
  19. Resistance Fighter
  20. Holocaust Survivor
  21. POW Camp Prisoner
  22. News Reporter
  23. Radio Announcer
  24. Teacher
  25. Farmer
  26. Child 1
  27. Child 2
  28. Child 3
  29. Child 4
  30. Child 5

(Scene 1: The stage is set with a backdrop of a war-torn city. The Narrator stands in the centre.)

Narrator: (Addressing the audience) Today, we will take you back to World War II. We will explore the events leading up to the war, the key moments during the conflict, and the lives of different people affected by it. Let’s begin.

(Scene 2: The stage is transformed to show the Treaty of Versailles being signed after World War I. Narrator explains the situation.)

Narrator: The Treaty of Versailles was signed in 1919 after World War I. This treaty placed all the blame for the war on Germany and imposed heavy reparations. The economic strain and national humiliation fueled resentment among Germans, setting the stage for World War II.

(Scene 3: Adolf Hitler enters the stage.)

Adolf Hitler: (Face contorted with rage, voice rising) Germany has been humiliated by the Treaty of Versailles! We will rise again, like a phoenix from the ashes, and reclaim our rightful place in the world!

Narrator: In the politically turbulent climate of 1930s Germany, Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, or the Nazi Party, ascended to power. They tapped into the widespread discontent and resentment stemming from the nation’s defeat in World War I and the crippling terms imposed by the Treaty of Versailles. Hitler, a masterful orator, rallied the people with promises to restore Germany’s pride, honor, and economic prosperity.

The Nazi Party’s message resonated with a populace desperate for change and seeking someone to blame for their hardships. As the party gained momentum, they set about rebuilding Germany’s military forces, blatantly defying the restrictions in the Treaty of Versailles.

In their quest for territorial expansion, the Nazis annexed Austria and Czechoslovakia’s Sudetenland. Their ambitions did not stop there. On September 1, 1939, Hitler’s forces launched a full-scale invasion of Poland. This act

(Scene 4: Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Franklin D. Roosevelt enter the stage.)

Prime Minister Winston Churchill: (Standing tall, voice filled with determination) We shall stand against this aggression and defend freedom and democracy! Britain will never surrender in the face of tyranny!

President Franklin D. Roosevelt: (Nodding resolutely, eyes alight with conviction) Indeed, we will face this threat together, as allies. The United States will stand shoulder to shoulder with our friends across the Atlantic to protect our nations and preserve the values we hold dear.

Narrator: As the world’s leaders made their decisions, ordinary people’s lives were profoundly impacted in countless ways. The looming shadow of war touched the hearts and minds of citizens from all walks of life. Families were torn apart as fathers, sons, and brothers were called upon to serve their countries. Women entered the workforce in unprecedented numbers, taking on roles traditionally reserved for men.

Amid these monumental changes, communities rallied around a shared sense of duty, patriotism, and sacrifice. Neighbours banded together to grow victory gardens, conserve resources, and support the war effort in any way they could. The hardships and camaraderie forged during these trying times would leave a lasting impact on future generations, shaping the course of history and the resilience of the human spirit.

(Scene 5: The stage transforms into a map of Europe, showing the war’s progression. Characters enter the stage as the Narrator describes key events such as the Battle of Britain, the invasion of the Soviet Union, the attack on Pearl Harbor, and D-Day.)

Narrator: Throughout the war, many significant events shaped its course. The Battle of Britain was a crucial turning point, as the Royal Air Force defended the skies against the German Luftwaffe. The invasion of the Soviet Union marked a major escalation, as millions of soldiers fought on the Eastern Front. The attack on Pearl Harbor brought the United States into the war, and the D-Day landings in Normandy marked the beginning of the end for Nazi Germany.

(Scene 6: Prime Minister Winston Churchill, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Adolf Hitler enter the stage.)

Prime Minister Winston Churchill: (Speaking confidently) We shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender!

President Franklin D. Roosevelt: (Addressing the audience) December 7th, 1941, a date which will live in infamy. The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the Empire of Japan.

Adolf Hitler: (Speaking angrily) We shall conquer Europe, and our enemies will be crushed under our feet!

Narrator: (Stepping forward) As the world’s leaders made their decisions, ordinary people were affected in countless ways.

(Scene 7: Anne Frank, Evacuee Child 1, and Evacuee Child 2 enter the stage.)

Anne Frank: (Speaking softly) My family and I are hiding from the Nazis in this small, secret annex. We must be very quiet so they don’t find us.

Evacuee Child 1: (Looking sad) My parents sent me away from London to the countryside, where it’s safer. I miss my home and my friends.

Evacuee Child 2: (Trying to comfort Evacuee Child 1) At least we have each other. We’ll make new friends and wait for the day when we can return home.

Narrator: (Addressing the audience) Brave soldiers fought on the front lines while others supported them from home.

(Scene 8: Soldier 1, Soldier 2, Nurse 1, and Nurse 2 enter the stage.)

Soldier 1: (Tired and dirty) We’ve been fighting for days without rest, but we won’t give up. We must protect our country.

Soldier 2: (Nodding in agreement) we’ll defeat the enemy and make our families proud.

Nurse 1: (Bandaging a wounded soldier) We’re doing our best to care for the injured soldiers and help them recover.

Nurse 2: (Handing out supplies) And we’re sending food, medical supplies, and letters from home to boost their morale.

Narrator: (Addressing the audience) The people on the home front also played a crucial role in the war effort.

(Scene 9: Home Front Mother, Home Front Father, Air Raid Warden, Factory Worker 1, Factory Worker 2, Shopkeeper, Rationing Officer, Resistance Fighter, Holocaust Survivor, POW Camp Prisoner, News Reporter, Radio Announcer, Teacher, Farmer, Child 1, Child 2, Child 3, Child 4, and Child 5 enter the stage.)

Home Front Mother: (Holding a baby) We must keep our families safe and strong during these difficult times. We’ll grow our own vegetables, mend our clothes, and support each other in our community.

Home Front Father: (Nodding) And we’ll do whatever it takes to support the war effort. I work longer hours at the factory and volunteer as a firefighter during air raids.

Air Raid Warden: (Blowing a whistle) Everyone, take cover! There’s an air raid coming! Ensure you have your gas masks and immediately head to the nearest shelter!

Factory Worker 1: (Working at a machine) We’re building tanks, planes, and weapons for the soldiers. We work tirelessly, day and night, to ensure our troops have the equipment they need to fight.

Factory Worker 2: (Assembling a gas mask) And we’re making gas masks to protect everyone from poison gas. We must stay prepared and vigilant in case of an attack.

Shopkeeper: (Handing out rations) We must ration our food and supplies to make sure everyone gets their fair share. We’ll use our ration books and be creative with our recipes to make the most of what we have.

Rationing Officer: (Checking a list) It’s important that we all follow the rules and only take what we need. We are all in this together, and by rationing our resources, we can ensure everyone has enough to get by.

Resistance Fighter: (Whispering) We’re secretly fighting against the enemy to help free our country. We gather intelligence, sabotage enemy operations, and support the Allied forces in any way we can.

Holocaust Survivor: (Tearfully) We must never forget the millions of lives lost during the Holocaust. We must honor their memory by educating future generations and ensuring such atrocities never happen again.

POW Camp Prisoner: (Weakly) I’ve been captured by the enemy, but I haven’t given up hope of being rescued. I keep my spirits high by thinking of my family and friends back home.

News Reporter: (Holding a notebook) We’re reporting the latest news from the front lines to keep everyone informed. We must share both the victories and the hardships so that people understand the reality of war.

Radio Announcer: (Holding a microphone) And we’re broadcasting messages of hope and encouragement to boost morale. We play uplifting music and share heartwarming stories to remind everyone that we are all in this together.

Teacher: (Holding a book) We must continue to educate our children, even during these difficult times. We teach them about the importance of unity, perseverance, and hope for a brighter future.

Farmer: (Holding a pitchfork) We’re growing food to feed our families and support the troops. We work tirelessly to ensure there’s enough food for everyone, despite the challenges of war.

Child 1: (Playing with a toy) We’re staying strong and helping our families however we can. We do chores at home, help with the gardening, and look after our younger siblings.

Child 2: (Holding a ration book) And we’re learning to make do with what we have. We understand the importance of rationing and sharing our resources with others in need.

Child 3: (Holding a gas mask) We’re prepared for air raids and know how to stay safe. We practice putting on our gas masks and know the quickest route to the nearest shelter.

Child 4: (Holding a collection tin) We’re collecting scrap metal and other materials to help the war effort. Every little bit helps, and we can make a difference by working together.

Child 5: (Holding a flag) And we’re showing our support for our country and our soldiers. We write letters to the troops, pray for their safe return, and proudly display our flags as a symbol of unity and hope.

Narrator: (Addressing the audience) The people of WWII faced many challenges, but their resilience and determination helped them endure. Let us never forget their sacrifices and always strive to learn from their stories.

(All characters gather on stage for a final bow.)

The End

Understanding where we came from and how we got here helps us better appreciate the world we live in today. This is undoubtedly the case with WWII, a conflict that reshaped the world and highlighted many important lessons about human history and contemporary times.

As discussed in this blog post, our class assembly script emphasized these lessons by highlighting the individual stories of Allied and Axis soldiers.

It was a valuable reminder of how our past can continue to provide meaningful insight that helps shape the future.  If you want more articles on historic events like WWII or other assemblies to inspire your students, read our other posts.

We hope you have found this article helpful! In the comment section below, let us know what great assemblies your students have enjoyed.

About The Author

I'm Dan Higgins, one of the faces behind The Teaching Couple. With 15 years in the education sector and a decade as a teacher, I've witnessed the highs and lows of school life. Over the years, my passion for supporting fellow teachers and making school more bearable has grown. The Teaching Couple is my platform to share strategies, tips, and insights from my journey. Together, we can shape a better school experience for all.






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