Your school spirit skits are short plays (four to six minutes)… performed in an informal setting.
They simply display various forms of school spirit and come in two basic types… individual and group.
Many school skit presentations are memorable (and can be hilarious)and should be video taped.
Few students, teachers and staff are wannabe actors but all give their best performances…
And that’s what counts.
School spirit skits are usually developed in support of a chosen theme and that adds to the fun potential.
Just imagine some of the skits that could be performed to support the TWIST theme, or HATS or SHOES, or RODEO…
Of course it’s all about promoting school spirit and having a great deal of fun at the same time.
Spirit skits are usually funny and often generate a great deal of excitement in the classroom, gymnasium, lounge, cafeteria or whatever location you have available.
Let’s use the theme “C.H.A.M.P.I.O.N.S” as an example. (Children with Happy Attitudes Make Positive Influences On Neighborhood Schools)
For this theme, students would find creative ways to display Olympic moments, various sports personalities or even Horse racing champions.
School Skits Are Humorous
One of the best things about skits is… the fact that no formal training is needed. As a result, performances can be quite humorous.
But, just because they can be funny, doesn’t necessarily mean they’re easy.
School Skits Encourage Teamwork
School spirit involves teamwork, and that’s just one of the many benefits of performing school skits.
As students go through each skit, they will build stronger relationships and communication skills.
They will also learn to build on each others’ strengths.
Skits can have a positive, and dynamic effect on your students (and teachers).
Judging School Spirit Skits
Spirit skits can be judged based on the following categories.
- Ability to be Heard
- Delivery of Lines
- Theme Representation
P.S. You can base your spirit skits on any of our themes.
Make Your School Spirit Soar!
That way it’s simple to find!