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What is PSHE Education?

PSHE Education is a planned programme of learning through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives – now and in the future. As part of a whole-school approach, PSHE Education develops the qualities and attributes pupils need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society.

What do schools have to teach in PSHE Education?

According to the latest guidance from the government, via the National Curriculum, every schools needs to have a broad and balanced curriculum that

• promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society, and

• prepares pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life’

• promotes British values

Schools also have statutory responsibilities to promote pupil well-being and pupil safeguarding (Children Act, 2004) and community cohesion (Education Act, 2006). PSHE Education plays an important part in fulfilling all of these responsibilities.

In order to fulfil its duties relating to social/moral/spiritual/cultural development (SMSC), behaviour and safety, and to provide a broad and balanced curriculum which meets pupils’ needs and prepares them for the challenges and opportunities of adult life, "a school’s best approach is to ensure that a comprehensive programme of PSHE Education is in place” – according to the PSHE Association (2014)

What is Jigsaw, and how does it work?

Jigsaw is a comprehensive and completely original PSHE Education programme for the whole primary school from Years F1 and 2 through to Year 6 (ages 3-11). It was launched in July 2013 and hundreds of schools across the country are using it.

Jigsaw has two aims for all children:

• To build their capacity for learning

• To equip them for life

Jigsaw brings together PSHE Education, emotional literacy, mindfulness, social skills and spiritual development. A variety of teaching strategies are used and are mindful of each child’s preferred learning style. Jigsaw is designed as a whole school approach, with all year groups working on the same theme (Puzzle) at the same time. This enables each Puzzle to start with an introductory assembly, generating a whole school focus for adults and children alike. There is a Weekly Celebration that highlights a theme from that week’s lesson across the school, and encourages children to reflect that learning in their behaviour and attitudes.

(extract from Jigsaw-information-leaflet-for-parents-and-carers-web)

Our CFJS Family

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Putting the heart into CFJS. As a school community we voted for our school values. Each half term we celebrate one of these values.



(British Values)

  • mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.


   At language club we taught our friends some common phrases in our language. We spoke many different languages from French, Tamil, Japanese, Polish, German, Yoruba and Sesotho !!

Language Club - Pupils are learning Asian languages like Urdu, Punjabi, Marathi and Tamil

Language Club - November 2015

Working with Stonewall

Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT) bullying is widespread in primary schools. In addition, primary school children come from a variety of backgrounds and families. Celebrating different families and tackling homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying is crucial to making all children feel welcome, and enabling them to learn to accept others for who they are.  Here at Chapel Fields we are working with Stonewall in order to achieve this.

CFJS Stonewall Conference - July 2016

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CFJS Year 6 Stonewall Consultants

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Welcome to our CFJS Stonewall Consultants from Year 6. They are there to  help our school become inclusive. This week they introduced the rest of the school to the Stonewall / Nobystanders initiative.  NOBYSTANDERS.ORG.UK @STONEWALLUK
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Anti bullying week. 13th - 17th November 2017

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Parlimentary Loans Box (British Values 'Rule of Law')

                    In school this month we have had fun with our Parliamentary loans box, which has given us a chance to see how Parliament works.

Junior Travel Ambassadors with a member of Solihull Sustainable Travel Team

 A member of the Solihull Council's Sustainable Travel Team visited the school today to speak with Junior Travel Ambassadors from Year 5, who are promoting greener ways of travelling to school and increase road safety awareness.These Junior Travel Ambassadors will have the responsibility to organise sustainable travel competitions and activities for pupils within the rest of the school . 
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