by Web Manager, 14 December, 2017

Jigsaw PSHE is helping schools to be ahead of the game with Global empathy and tolerance.

Sean Coughlan, the BBC News education and family correspondent said

The Pisa tests, which compare teenagers’ ability in reading, maths and science, for the first time are also going to test “global competence“.

It’s a significant departure to move from maths puzzles and literacy tests to asking questions about fake news, global warming and racism.

Students around the world will be tested in 2018 with the results published in 2019.

We hope that Jigsaw PSHE supports the UK rankings!

Jan Lever


Read the BBC News article here


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