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Post written by : Jan Lever
The PSHE Association Quality Mark

The PSHE Association Quality Mark

by Jan Lever, 4 May, 2020

The PSHE Association Quality Mark A sad story Jigsaw PSHE was proud to hold the PSHE Association Quality Mark for the 3-11 Programme, but on applying to renew this and also to apply for the QM for the Jigsaw 11-16 Programme, we found that the Association’s recent policy-change would not … Continue reading

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What do Primary Schools in England have to teach for statutory Relationships Education, Sex Education and Health Education from September 2020

What do Primary Schools in England have to teach for statutory Relationships Education, Sex Education and Health Education from September 2020

by Jan Lever, 24 January, 2020

  What do Primary Schools in England have to teach for statutory Relationships Education, Sex Education and Health Education from September 2020? What can parents withdraw their children from? What is Jigsaw PSHE’s position?   A Summary Firstly, it is important that schools read the DfE RSHE guidance for themselves … Continue reading

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Tagged on : DfE , RSHE
Jigsaw PSHE fulfils statutory requirements for Relationships, RSE and Health Education

Jigsaw PSHE fulfils statutory requirements for Relationships, RSE and Health Education

by Jan Lever, 1 May, 2019

Jigsaw PSHE 3-11 fulfils DfE statutory requirements for Relationships and Health Education (England) Jigsaw 3-11 is waiting on you now! May 2020 The statutory guidance for Relationships and Health Education for primary schools and RSE and Health Education for secondary schools (commonly jointly referred to as RSHE), will come into … Continue reading

Tagged on : DfE , Statutory PSHE
Can You Hear The Sea?

Can You Hear The Sea?

by Jan Lever, 3 January, 2019

“Can You Hear The Sea?” is the first publication from the ‘Jigsaw in Focus’ series “Can You Hear The Sea?” is a powerful, moving and reassuring story for children about the stages of grief and the journey to acceptance. Sensitively told by the author, Richard Palmer, the story mindfully unwraps two … Continue reading

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Tagged on : Changing Me , Relationships

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