©2017 Words And Music Lisa Brockwell

(acceptance, freedom, respect, responsibility, truth, )



Stand tall and hold your head high

No matter what the day brings

You can let your light shine!

You can let your light shine!

Bee bop en do ahh shoobee do ahh

Bee bop en do ahh shoobee do ahh     (last time: Yeah!)


Freedom’s yours, choice is all up to you

You can change your world with what you think, say and do

For when you’re seeing life in a positive way

You’re feeling lighter and you brighten your day!

Come on and …


Love yourself, it’s important to do

Treat yourself well, there is only one you!

And as you share the gift of love that you are

Accept love too; open wide your heart!

Come on and …


Own your feelings they belong only to you

No one can make you feel the way that you do

People see their lives in so many ways

If they’re unpleasant, they’re responding their way

Come on and …


As a candle changes dark into light

All things negative, you can change with your light

Like with doubt and fear, your light is your faith

You can shine your light in so many ways!

Come on and …


When stormy clouds darken your skies

Why not, put up a rainbow? Create some fun in your life!

What ever happens, life still goes on

Take a deep breath; choose how you wish to respond!

Come on and …

OUTCOMES  (from NSW SYLLABUS) This song may be used to support and promote the appropriate Outcomes, Skills, Values & Attitudes…

Knowledge and Understanding

GDS2.9 Describes life changes and associated feelings

GDS3.9 Explains and demonstrates strategies for dealing with life changes

IRS2.11  Describes how relationships with a range of people enhance wellbeing

IRS3.22 Describes roles and responsibilities in developing and maintaining positive relationships

SLS2.13 Discusses how safe practices promote personal wellbeing

SLS3.13 Describes safe practices that are appropriate to a range of situations and environments


V1 refers to a sense of their own worth and dignity

V2 respects the right of others to hold different values and attitudes from their own

V3 enjoys a sense of belonging

V4 increasingly accepts responsibility for personal and community health

V6 commits to realising their full potential

Skills Outcomes

COS2.1  Uses a variety of ways to communicate with and within people

COS3.3  Communicates confidently in a variety of situations

DMS2.2  Makes decisions as an individual and as a group member

DMS3.2  Makes informed decisions and accepts responsibility for consequences


Stage 2


  • recognising individual needs
  • caring
  • positive relationships
  • recognising and accepting differences


  • appropriate expression of feelings
  • assertiveness
  • managing conflict situations
  • understanding feelings of others


  • leads to making and maintaining friendships (leads to further discussion on this topic)
  • co operation and sharing (leads to further discussion on this topic)


Stage 3


  • personal rights
  • rights and responsibilities
  • sources of power
  • solving problems
  • relating to people


  • appropriate expression of feelings
  • empathising
  • assertiveness
  • conflict resolution/negotiation
  • supporting others (leads to further discussion on this topic)
  • recognising and articulating feelings (leads to further discussion on this topic)


  • leads to developing and maintaining friendships and working relationships
  • overcoming peer influence


 Stage 2

Personal Identity

  • recognising strengths and limitations

          – developing strengths 

  • recognising attributes of self (leads to further discussion on this topic)
  • feelings about self
  • confronting problems
  • positive self talk


  • rights and responsibilities

          – self

          – others

  • uniqueness of self

          – identity

         – development (leads to further discussion on this topic)

  • challenging discrimination 

Stage 3

Personal Identity

  • influences on self esteem and behaviour (leads to further discussion)

         – family, friends, community

         – personal abilities

        – increased responsibility

       – changing needs and requirements

  • developing and maintaining a positive self-concept
  • feelings 

          – about self and others

  • gender images and expectations (leads to further discussion)


  • importance of values
  • developing a code of behaviour
  • uniqueness of self

          – identity

  • challenging discrimination