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Someone Else's Eyes
Someone Else's Eyes by Ruth Kenward - 7 to 11yrs - KS2 (3m 11s)
Theme - imagination, wishful thinking, realism, fantasy
Content - It's fun to pretend you are someone else - someone that's larger than life - a famous figure or even a superhero. You can imagine seeing life through someone else's eyes, but 'all the same you're still just you - that's the way it goes!' An unusual song with a great backing track that always goes down well with this age group.
This song features in the outstanding contemporary musical 'Bully!', which - despite it's seemingly dark theme - is full of fun and very appealing and relevant to children, who inevitably understand its content very well. 'Bully!' is an excellent learning experience from the PSHE point of view, being exceptionally well written in terms of both music and drama. A 120-page children's companion novel is also available, which can be read aloud to the class as a great way to introduce the story of the show, and for further PSHE-related teaching. (6-packs of the reading book are also available so that it can be used for group or class reading.) www.starshine.co.uk/bully
Age guide: 7,8,9,10,11 Running time: 3m 11s No. of songs: 1Shipping on this product is available to UK, Europe & Rest of the World - more information