Jigsaw RE is a comprehensive Religious Education scheme of learning for ages 3-12.
Written by RE specialist teachers in the Jigsaw team and trialled by 100 schools, the weekly lesson plans include all the resources required to deliver exciting RE. An integral assessment process and accompanying assemblies make Jigsaw RE the first of its kind, and the vehicle to transform statutory RE in the primary school.
It adopts an enquiry-based worldview approach to teaching and learning with much flexibility and choice of when to include which religion/worldview.
In Jigsaw RE, an enquiry is a unit of work based on a Big Enquiry Question e.g. What is good about Good Friday for Christians?
Each enquiry consists of 6 lesson plans. Each lesson, in the format of an easy-to-use slideshow with teacher notes, has all the resources needed to deliver it, plus assessment activity sheets, descriptors and exemplification.
Jigsaw Education supports children by providing excellent PSHE and RE learning experiences but also empowers parents and carers to engage mindfully and positively with their children and school.
Jigsaw Families is an innovative programme supporting children and their caregivers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to develop healthy, strong, lasting and loving relationships grounded in psychology and attachment theory.
Jigsaw Families is inclusive, enabling all parents, regardless of socioeconomic or academic background, to participate fully and benefit from the programme.