Jigsaw is written as a universal core curriculum provision for all children. Inclusivity is part of its philosophy. Teachers will need, as always, to tailor each piece to meet the needs of the children in their classes. To support this differentiation, many Jigsaw pieces suggest creative learning activities that allow children to choose the media with which they work and give them scope to work to their full potential. To further help teachers differentiate for children in their classes with special educational needs, each puzzle includes a level grid with suggested activities for children working at each of those levels. Planning demonstrates how delivery of the content is made accessible to all pupils, including those with SEND.
As a school we are aware that some pupils maybe more vulnerable to exploitation, bullying and other issues due to the nature of their SEND. Relationships Education and RSE can also be particularly important subjects for some pupils; for example, those with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs or learning disabilities. Such factors are taken into consideration teaching these subjects. As with all teaching, for these subjects, our school ensure that our teaching is sensitive, age-appropriate, developmentally appropriate and delivered with reference to statutory guidance.