Are you worried? Don’t be afraid to talk to us.

If you are worried about something, don’t keep it inside. Tell an adult that you know and trust.

As you begin to talk about it, you will feel so much better and the adult can help you feel less worried.

If you want to look at the anti-bullying powerpoint we used in assembly, you can click here.

Don’t forget the song we have learned called ‘Bag of Worries’. Click here to listen to it.

 

Bag of Worries

Can anybody help me, can you give me a hand
With my bag of worries, do you understand?
It’s making me so tired, it’s keeping me awake
I don’t know what to do, my back is going to break.

Been hoping that my bag of worries, might just go away
But there they are behind me, every single day
They came to the pictures, they came to the zoo
They even came with me when I went to the loo.

What shall I do with my bag of worries
What shall I do with my bag of worries
What shall I do with my bag of worries
Please somebody help me.

Hey bruv, can you do anything, about my bag of worries, if you know what I mean?
I don’t have a clue, what the fuss is all about,
I’m trying to watch the telly, will you just cut it out!

Hey friend, can you do anything, about my bag of worries, if you know what I mean?
Why can’t you just forget them, they might go away,
c’mon cheer up, don’t worry, be happy!

What shall I do with my bag of worries…

Hey dad, can you do anything, about my bag of worries, if you know what I mean?
Well right at the moment, I’ve got plenty of my own, will you hang on a minute,
That’s my mobile phone.

Hey teach, can you do anything, about my bag of worries, if you know what I mean?
You’ve far too many worries and you can’t keep them here, will you leave them at home,
have I made myself clear?

What shall I do with my bag of worries…

Walking by myself, down the road
My bag is really huge such a heavy load
Then I met my granny, going the other way
“What’s with the bag?”, I thought I heard her say.

Listen now my dear, you’re in such a state
No-one needs to carry such a heavy weight
Take the worries out and we’ll look at them together
We’ll have a cup of tea, and a right good blether.

Don’t keep worries, to yourself
Don’t keep worries, to yourself
Don’t keep worries, to yourself
Share them with somebody.

© Fischy Music 2002