Take a Little Time
A reflective song offering children an opportunity to look back on the day they have experienced.
Bad Times Won't Last (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
This anthemic song offers hope of better times ahead when sometimes it feels like things are always going to be tough.
‘Goodbye’ introduces different ways that people say goodbye, starting off with ways of saying goodbye in English then moving on to other languages.
Goodbye (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
Acoustic version of a great ending song. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
I Can Clap My Hands (ages 3-7)
This song encourages children to think about how feelings look on the outside and how they feel on the inside.
I Can Clap My Hands (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
An unplugged version of an energetic Sticky Kids and Fischy collaboration. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
I Feel Good
A fun version of the James Brown classic where both 'comfortable' and 'uncomfortable' emotions are explored and acted out.
I'm the Only I
This classic Fischy song celebrates our individual and collective worth and uniqueness.
Nobody Loves Me (ages 3-7)
This song is about feeling left out, isolated or bullied and how children might respond when they are feeling that way.
A lilting and gentle song encouraging us to reflect on memories of special people and special times.
Sample Song: Stronger (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
Making mistakes or failing can feel hard, but we can get stronger emotionally if we “get back up” after falling. Very popular, high energy, Latin American song.
Sticks and Stones
A modified version of the old rhyme – “sticks and stones will break your bones, silly words hurt more” – the power of hurtful words.
Stronger (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
Making mistakes or failing can feel hard but if we can get stronger emotionally if we “get back up” after falling. Very popular, high energy, Latin American song.
This Is How I'm Feeling
A pop style song that explores a range of emotions in a fun way, the same words are sung in each verse but the style of music changes to reflect the emotion.
Who Wants a Friend like Snorty Bull? (ages 3-7)
Essentially this is a song about behaviour choices. It encourages children to think about how they show their different moods and attitudes and how this affects their friendships.