Jigsaw PSHE 3-11/12 fulfils statutory requirements for Relationships and Health Education Important News for Primary Schools in England Jigsaw (Second edition) is available now! July 2019 The statutory guidance for Relationships and Health Education for primary schools and RSE and Health Education for secondary schools, was ratified by the House … Continue reading
Jigsaw PSHE fulfils statutory requirements for Relationships, RSE and Health Educationby Jan Lever, 10 July, 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 →
Expectations of Church of England RSE, Vision for Education and the PSHE Association Programmes of Study (RSE)by Jan Lever, 30 October, 2018
So, how does Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE, fulfil the expectations of: the Church of England with regards to Relationship and Sex Education (RSE)? the Church of England’s Vision for Education the PSHE Association’s Programmes of Study relating to RSE In March 2017, Right Honourable Justine Greening, Secretary of … Continue reading →
A new Jigsaw-IPC collaboration aims to support schools to see the alignment between the International Primary Curriculum (IPC) Learning Goals and Jigsaw PSHE to maximise the use of both programmes for children’s learning and development.
Jigsaw PSHE Promoting Healthy, not Violent Relationships The Jigsaw Approach is one of mindfulness and positivity, teaching children about the benefits of positive relationships, positive mindsets and positive interactions, and growing their self-awareness and self-worth so they believe they deserve to be respected, as do others. As such, there is … Continue reading →