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Preventing Racism with Jigsaw 3-11

Jigsaw PSHE 3-11 develops children as compassionate, moral human beings who value each other, diversity and equality.

Education for a Connected World

Jigsaw PSHE Mapping for Education for a Connected World and Jigsaw PSHE 3-16 | Primary and Secondary Schools

Jigsaw‘s approach to FGM and sensitive issues (Primary)

Jigsaw‘s approach to FGM and sensitive issues (Primary) Jigsaw PSHE and teaching about domestic violence, sexual exploitation, forced marriage, FGM, and breast ironing. Jigsaw has made a conscious decision to not cover these concepts discretely, in the universal teaching programme for primary schools, particularly using these terms. That’s not to … Continue reading

How does Jigsaw support Independent School Standards

How Jigsaw supports Independent School Standards Guidance for ages 3-11 and 11-16.

How can Jigsaw support children with autism?

How can Jigsaw support children with autism? Each child is an individual and what works for one autistic pupil may not work for another, but many of the tools, resources and strategies within Jigsaw match or can be adapted to match best practice for supporting a range of needs.

Jigsaw PSHE launches free recovery package for schools

Independent Education Today (Article): How this FREE recovery package for schools can support 5-11 year olds returning after lockdown

Jigsaw 3-11 and the UNCRC

Jigsaw and the UNCRC for the Rights Respecting Schools Award/Programme These grids show where in the Jigsaw PSHE (3-11) Programme, work on the UNCRC articles happens.

Jigsaw PSHE at Eynsham Community Primary School

Jigsaw PSHE at Eynsham Community Primary School At Eynsham Community Primary School, the Jigsaw scheme was implemented in September 2018 as part of an overhaul of the curriculum and leadership team. Prior to this, the school was graded as ‘Requires Improvement’ as no PSHE lessons happened, other than those sporadic … Continue reading