Subjects - PSHE - Jigsaw

Subject Definition

PSHE provides the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to lead confident, healthy and independent lives. This helps develop attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, team working and critical thinking. 

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Useful Websites

Healthy Lifestyles:

Change for Life

Cosmic Yoga

Go Noodle

Joe Wicks 5 Minute Workouts

Get Kids Cooking!

Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health:

Young Minds

Financial Capability:

Natwest Money Sense 


Think You Know


BBC Bullying Class Clips 

Sex, Health and Relationships:

BBC Relationships

"3 Is" in PSHE at St Andrew's
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Healthy Eating and Lifestyles

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British Values

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Rights of Child

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Each week children take part in Jigsaw PSHE lessons. Here is an example of some work where the children have explored who is special to them, why they are special and how this impacts their lives.









































Our school Nurse is Catherine Draycott and she comes into school to deliver lessons that are linked with Healthy Me and Relationships, as well as Parent drop in sessions about any aspect of children’s health. Please contact the school office for her next drop in sessions to make an appointment.


Mental health awareness activities

As a school we all take part in a variety of activities learning all about Mental health during the activities the children face challenges and develop a good understanding of how to stay healthy and show compassion for others.


Take a look at what our children say about Jigsaw…

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Gardening Club

Gardening Club lets us enjoy the challenge of working together and trying new things.


Other clubs we can take part in throughout the year include: football, tennis, singing, cooking, arts & crafts, dance, knitting, cricket, multi-skills, karate and many more!

Care Home visits in the local area


Children at St Andrews visit a local care home during the year to meet with residents, read stories, share life experiences, play games and at Christmas for carol singing.



School Council

Click here to visit the School Council page.