PSHE is taught through the Jigsaw Scheme of Work.
Jigsaw nurtures children to be confident and successful, increasing their capacity to learn and preparing them for the challenges of the modern world. Developed by teachers and well-being experts, Jigsaw provides children with opportunities to develop their emotional intelligence and life skills.
Please see the slideshow below for more information about Jigsaw in school:
Helping inform and share with our school community about what and how we are learning in our PSHE curriculum is vital. Here we invite you to get to know more about Jigsaw PSHE at Thornhill Lees CE (VC) Infant and Nursery school.
Please click here for PSHE in a Nutshell document.
Please click here for our Progression in PSHE Curriculum document.
Please click here for our PSHE Vocabulary Progression document.
Please have a look at the slide below which shows what we are teaching and learning about this half term.
DfE: RSHE statutory guidance:
DfE RSHE Guide for Parents
Jigsaw PSHE at Thornhill Lees
Here we invite you to view some example lessons of Jigsaw PSHE in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 2. Please click on the images below to see them in full size.
These lesson plans are taken from the Jigsaw PSHE programme of study. Year group leaders and class teachers will use some, or all, of the content to form the basis of weekly PSHE lessons.
Being Me in My World (Autumn 1)
Relationship Day - June 2021
As part of our Relationship Education at Thornhill Lees we will be celebrating Friendships on 24th June. For more details about the day and the activities planned please view the slides below:
Safer Internet Awareness
We take part in 'Safer Internet Day' each year, in addition to having internet safety in our curriculum, to ensure the children understand how to stay safe when using the internet and electronic devices.
Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 https://www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk/
Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 took place from 1-7 February. This year’s theme was Express
Yourself and England was in lockdown. As part of our home learning the children at Thornhill
Lees were invite to take part in these activities to encourage self expression.
We encourage healthy eating at school and at home!
Jigsaw: Free lessons and resources for families at home
NHS: Eat Well
Food- a fact of life
Food – a fact of life
Basic First Aid:
British Red Cross: First Aid Champions
St John’s Ambulance
Mental Health & Wellbeing:
Talking Mental Health
NHS: 5 Steps To Mental Health and Well Being
Public Health England
Safer Internet Day
BBC Bitesize: The Friendship Code
Introduction to Restorative Approaches
Anti Bullying Week 2017: All Different, All Equal