Take a Little Time
A reflective song offering children an opportunity to look back on the day they have experienced.
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Humour is a great resource in tough times and this feel-good song adapted from the well-known hit will often bring a smile.
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.
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.
Bag of Worries (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
A story song of someone seeking help with their ‘big bag of worries’ – sharing these worries with someone you trust and who really listens makes all the difference.
A feel good song that is ideal for Seasons for Growth celebration events. Also a great song that can be used at other times of celebration.
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.
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
A story song of someone who goes on a journey on their own, but meets friends along the way who make the journey less lonely and more fun.
‘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.
‘Hello’ introduces different ways that people say hello, starting off with ways of saying hello in English then moving on to greeting people in other languages.
Hello (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
Acoustic version of a great starter 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.
My Old Friend Tears (ages 3-7)
This song is about feelings and letting children know that it is ok to cry. Sometimes it helps to cry when you are feeling sad. Crying can make you feel better. Crying lets people know how you feel.
My Teddy Bear (ages 3-7)
This gentle song reinforces how important it is for children just to know that someone is there (even if that person, animal or favourite cuddle toy can’t actually make things better).
My Teddy Bear (ages 3-7) (Acoustic version)
An acoustic version of the Sticky Kids/Fischy Music classic lullaby. Please note this is an audio-only track, with a still image video.
A catchy dance style song giving an opportunity for children to enjoy their names by singing, whispering, shouting and thinking them.
No Matter What
This song is a conversation between a child and their significant adult, and sensitively tackles the question of whether love continues after someone dies. This song is very emotive but also uplifting.
Nobody Is a No-one
This song explores being positively assertive when people step over our 'boundaries'.
This song recognises that no-one is perfect and that it is more than ok to not be perfect.
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.
Sing to Make You Feel Good
A feel good song to a well-known tune that affirms the physical, emotional and mental benefits of singing.
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.
Telling Our Stories
Exploring some of the mixed emotions we can feel when we are asked to share in a group about difficult memories or situations.
These Are Our Emotions
Exploring and celebrating the purpose of emotions and that if we didn't have any we would be just like robots.
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 Can Sing
We sometimes feel scared to sing – this fun song says we can all give it a go, no matter what our voice sounds like.
We Won't Stop Singing (with Health & Wellbeing resources)
Originally written about Climate change, but as the pandemic hit our country it has become a song giving children the opportunity to express some of the emotions they may be feeling in a positive way.
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.
Weird and Wonderful
Polar bears, ostriches, ants and a variety of other creatures all get a mention in this fun song marvelling at nature.
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.
Why? (ages 3-7)
Children love questions and there's lot of daft ones in this song, with a well known tune.
Wonder of These Days
A song about some of the world's wonders, such as blue whales, eagles and other magnificent creatures and an expression of a desire of peace.
You Are an Inspiration
Looking at how we are motivated to go further or higher or be braver or kinder by people we have witnessed displaying these traits and behaviours.
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.