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Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover
'Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover' by Nairne Page - 7 to 13 yrs - KS2, KS3 (2m 37s)
Theme - encouraging tolerance and empathy, confronting prejudice, anti bullying
Content - An excellent song for PHSE or junior assembly, 'Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover' is all about relationships, and being nice to each other, no matter where we come from or who we are. The harmony parts also make this an interesting set piece for a junior choir, or soloist with backing group. The ‘fills’ in the chorus are a good technical exercise for young singers, especially if done in 2 or even 3-part harmony.
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining
Every Cloud Has A Silver Lining by Ruth Kenward - 7 to 13yrs - KS2, KS3 (2m 38s)
Theme - Finding positives in bad times, optimism, patience, perseverance
Content - An upbeat, feel-good song with a great hook, that encourages us to look for rays of hope in bad times. Behind the clouds the sun is always shining! Great for general singing purposes as well as PSHE and assembly.
This song has a partner story in 'Assemblies Alive KS2', which contains 14 other songs and stories too.
First Day by Ruth Kenward - 5 to 11 yrs - KS1, KS2 (1m 52s)
Theme - leavers' song, change, hope, new school, new class, moving house etc.
Content - A new environment is a challenge, but this song encourages children: 'Everywhere you go take a smile with you!' Having a friendly, smiling manner and positive approach encourages others to accept us, and it's the best way to ensure that we'll soon feel at home. An excellent song with a warm, upbeat feel, 'First Day' is ideal for the end of the school year - especially as a leavers' song.
'First Day' has a partner story and complete assembly on the same theme. You can find this in 'Assemblies Alive KS1', which also contains 14 other assemblies, songs and stories.
Hold On Slow Down
Hold On! Slow Down! by Ruth Kenward - 5 to 7 yrs - KS1 (2m 08s)
Theme - taking your time, patience, hurrying, things going wrong, school rules
Content - A song about the danger of doing everything in a rush! Children love the use of different tempos in this song, which has a speedy verse and a contrasting laid-back chorus. Wonderful for reinforcing school rules about running in corridors etc., as this song has a way of getting stuck in children’s heads!
This song has a partner story and complete assembly on the same theme. You can find this in 'Assemblies Alive KS1', which also contains 14 other assemblies, songs and stories.
Live Together by Peter O'Hare - 7 to 12yrs - KS2 (3m 0s)
Theme - co-operation, overcoming obstacles, teamwork, behaviour, citizenship
Content - A simple, bright and breezy song with a lilt - about working as a team and getting along with others, even when perhaps we don’t want to! Working together helps us to overcome life’s obstacles.
This song has a partner story and complete assembly on the same theme. You can find this in 'Assemblies Alive KS2', which also contains 14 other assemblies, songs and stories.
Splish, Splash, Stamp
Splish, Splash, Stamp! by Jan Dobbins - 3 to 7 yrs - Early Years, KS1 (1m 39s)
Theme - Rain, Weather, Colour, size, boots - and where to wear them!
Content - A chant that will really engage those younger children who find it hard to join in with singing. A great groove to encourage active participation, and children will enjoy the silliness of some of the suggestions about how boots should be worn. ‘Would you wear them in the mud or wear them in the bath?’
This song also features in the songbook 'Zippety Zappy Zee'