As We Go Now
A song for the end of an occasion, helping us to treasure and help one another as we leave things behind and go into the future.
Build Up (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
This highly popular song encourages us to build each other up, not tear down.
A rap style song encouraging children to treat other people well on social media and on the Internet.
A rap style song that reminds us that it is essential that when sensitive things are shared in a group, we keep them in the group.
Encourages us to feel wonder and appreciation about our bodies and how they work, and cultivate a sense of gratitude for them. The theme is reflected in the energetic actions and dance routine.
Fabbydabbydee (ages 3-7)
This song helps us to find out about likes and dislikes and helps us to get to know one another better. It is also about equality and appreciating each other’s differences. The last verse points out that it can feel good to discover things we have in common.
Fabbydabbydee (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
An acoustic version of the well known Sticky Kids/Fischy song exploring our uniqueness. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
Going on a Journey (ages 3-7)
This song is about changes, moving on and how other people are with us on these ‘journeys’.
A call and response song that encourages children to be kind and imagine what their world would be like if we were more caring to one another.
Make a Difference
How we can all make a positive difference in our own lives, other people’s lives and our communities by how we choose to think and behave.
May You Find Peace (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
A joyful blessing ‘starting’ and ‘ending’ song suitable for any context.
Nobody Is a No-one
This song explores being positively assertive when people step over our 'boundaries'.
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.
That's What a Friend Is
A catchy feel good call and response song that reflects on some qualities of a good friend.
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.
We All Need Encouragement
A really positive song that is easy to sing and provides the opportunity to sing lots of encouraging words to each other.
We Can Do Good
Three simple stories of people who did a good turn for someone, in a 50’s rock and roll style.
We Like, We Like
Madcap lyrics with the central message that liking ourselves is central to a happy life.
We Wish You Well
A simple ‘blessing’ song that starts quietly and thoughtfully and turns into a lively Bluegrass-style sing song by the end.
We're All Together Again (ages 3-7)
This song gives children a sense of being part of a group and that each child is valued.
We're on This Road (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
Using the 'road' as a metaphor for life, this song recognises that at any given point we are all experiencing different emotions and issues, but we are in it all together. Rock and roll style!
We're on This Road (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
A simplified version of the upbeat, popular Fischy Music call and response song. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
Welcome Everybody (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
Everyone is welcome and important to the gathering, no matter who they are.
What Kind of World Are We Passing On
A Motown style song challenging us to make a positive difference to our world for the sake of future generations.
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.
Who Wants a Friend like Snorty Bull? (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
Guitar and fiddle version of a fun song exploring friendship. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
You Are a Star
Despite what people may have said about us in a derogatory fashion, this song states that we are stars just the way we are!
You Me Just the Same (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
This song explores the issue of how we react when people are different to us.
This song features lyric ideas from two P7 classes from Fife, who acted as ‘song consultants’ for a Fischy project. It explores the theme of transition to secondary school, feelings around this, and the ways that children can support each other at this time.