- The context of teaching high quality Relationships, Sex and Health Education and preparing effectively to deliver it
- How to set a safe learning environment
- Examples of how to deliver Relationships, Puberty and Sex Education lessons effectively
- How to manage questions from pupils
- Mon 15th March
- Tues 23rd March
- Wed 31st March
Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE is an established and comprehensive teaching programme, that, in 36 lessons for each year, provides children with their entitlement to PSHE that really equips them for life and learning; fully teaches all the x67 statutory Relationships and Health Education outcomes (with built-in progression and assessment); offers age-appropriate Sex Education; covers all the expectations of the PSHE Association Programme of Study; and provides all the teaching resources needed as well as free updates and ongoing support for teachers.
For FREE sample teaching materials and to see the detail in our programme’s long-term planning, please visit our website. Schools in Cornwall can currently access a 10% discount on Jigsaw teaching materials.
To request a FREE editable sample PSHE (including RSHE) policy and our guidance document on statutory RSHE and the parents’ right to withdraw from Sex Education, please email Judy Allies, your Jigsaw Consultant in Cornwall - email@example.com.
About Jigsaw PSHE
Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE, is a comprehensive teaching programme keeping children at its heart and providing everything teachers need to deliver high quality PSHE, including meeting all the requirements for statutory Relationships and Health Education, and Sex Education.
The 6 Puzzles (units), sequenced form the beginning to the end of the school year, each comprise a Puzzle Launch assembly for the whole school, 6 lesson plans with all the resources needed, original Jigsaw songs, an assessment and reward system…
Every year group studies the same learning theme at the same time but at its own level. The Jigsaw Friends support children as talking objects and distancing tools.
The strong focus on emotional literacy and mental health is underpinned by mindfulness, each lesson including a Calm Me time, aided by the Jigsaw Chime and Jigsaw Jerrie Cat.
More than 4300 schools across the UK and internationally are now using Jigsaw as their preferred PSHE Programme, reaching over 2 million children. This allows us to offer schools exciting global learning opportunities.
Ongoing support and free updates are integral to Jigsaw’s philosophy.