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PSHE curriculum

Discussion in 'PSHE' started by Rivvie, May 4, 2015.

  1. I have been asked to introduce a new PSHE curriculum to the primary school where I teach. Can anyone recommend a good scheme we could use. We have SEAL but this doesn't cover all the requirements of New National curriculum.

    Recommendations please?.
  2. If you have lots of money then try the Jigsaw scheme but it is £250 per year group
  3. swish1

    swish1 New commenter

    Try 3D PSHE. Really good resources and great value for money. We bought it just after it was released earlier this year and really enjoy using it.
  4. Moneyskool

    Moneyskool New commenter

    Moneyskool.org have produced a free web-based resource looking at borrowing and debt which covers (1) intro to debt, interest & repayments; (2) mainstream debt (mortgages, credit cards & student loans); (3) credit ratings; (4) high interest debt (payday loans, high interest credit); (5) getting the best deal; and (6) fines & debt problems. It also includes a load of complementary maths and IT materials.

    You can check out the resources at https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/borrowing-and-debt-course-pshe-financial-education-11129592 or by visiting the website.
    If you like it please give us a review :)
  5. enright1910

    enright1910 New commenter

    We use jigsaw and find it an excellent resource as it is a great way of creating a whole school focus and easy to coordinate. Only concern is the SRE unit 'changing me' may not suit all schools. Ours is currently reviewing it.
  6. Abijess23

    Abijess23 New commenter

    Hi, I have a similar query to the original poster. I have been asked to find a PSHE scheme of work for the school. We were suggested to have a look at Jigsaw which has been mentioned previously, but have struggled to find a school who would get back to me regarding queries we have about how useful and effective it is. Does anyone know of any schools in or around Oxfordshire which use it and might be willing to have us visit and discuss? I have been emailing and calling so many schools and had no response!
    Thanks, Ciddy
  7. j_pink

    j_pink New commenter

    I really recommend the Hodder Pearson Dynamic learning package. It is outstanding and very very academic and makes planning easy.
  8. mcollins7

    mcollins7 New commenter

    We've been thinking about Jigsaw for our school too but like Ciddy I can't find much in the way of reviews outside of the website. We really need to hear from others before we invest so much.
  9. JessFJA

    JessFJA New commenter


    Has anyone used the Jigsaw successfully in their school this year? We are debating using it at our school.


  10. carol_catton

    carol_catton New commenter

    If you contact the Jigsaw office (number is the website), they'll put you in touch with Jigsaw schools in your area for you to have a chat to.

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