Mapping Jigsaw 11-16 to the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework 2019 The education inspection framework has been devised by Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector for use from September 2019. It sets out the principles that apply to inspection, and the main judgements that inspectors make when carrying out inspections of maintained schools
Mapping to the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework 2019by Joanna Feast, 25 February, 2019
Jigsaw 11-16 and Safeguarding The statutory guidance for schools and colleges, ‘Keeping children safe in education’, came into force on 3 April 2014. The guidance set out the responsibilities placed on schools and colleges to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
How Jigsaw 11-16 supports the Prevent strategy The Prevent Duty Guidance (revised version 2015) and Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE for 11-16’s: The Prevent Duty Guidance, published by the Government in 2011, is part of the overall counter-terrorism strategy, CONTEST.
How Jigsaw PSHE Helps Challenge Radicalisation and Extremismby Joanna Feast, 23 January, 2019
How Jigsaw PSHE Helps Challenge Radicalisation and Extremism In recent years, events on both the national and the international stage have given rise to concerns, widely expressed by politicians and in the media, about the threat posed to our national life by radicalisation and the promulgation of extremist – particularly … Continue reading →
Using Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE with Composite Classes Guidance and Supporting Documentation The following guidance and supporting documents have been developed to support schools where there are a range of ages being taught in one or more classes throughout the school.
Aligning the Children’s Commissioner Business Plan 2018-19 to Jigsawby Joanna Feast, 30 April, 2018
Aligning the Children’s Commissioner Business Plan 2018-19 to Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE April 2018 The views and interests of children in England influence all the work that the Children’s Commissioner’s Office (CCO) undertakes. To inform the CCO’s business planning for 2018/19, the CCO consulted children, to understand … Continue reading →
Jigsaw and the Ofsted guidance (2016) on safeguardingby Joanna Feast, 29 June, 2017
Jigsaw and the Ofsted guidance (2016) on safeguarding Ofsted published an updated briefing (August 2016) that captures overarching points relating to the inspection of safeguarding. It states that schools and colleges should be safe environments where children1 and young people can learn. Within inspections, inspectors should consider how well leaders … Continue reading →
Jigsaw and the PSHE Association Programme of Study 2017 Making Connectionsby Joanna Feast, 29 June, 2017
We have prepared a set of mapping grids showing where Jigsaw PSHE supports the PSHE Association Programme of Study 2017 (These replace and augment the 2013 version previously given on this site). PSHE Association Core Theme 1 – Health and Well-being In Key Stages 1 & 2, pupils should be … Continue reading →
Digital Literacy and Jigsaw Digital literacy, a term that has been in use since the 1990s, refers to a set of competencies required for full participation in a knowledge society.
SMSC and Emotional Literacy Domains in Jigsaw lessons Jigsaw is more than a PSHE Scheme of Work. It provides a structured programme of personal development to nurture the ‘whole child’ and increase learning capacity, underpinned by mindfulness philosophy and practice. Every Jigsaw lesson from EYFS to Year 6 offers opportunities … Continue reading →