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    • Terms & Conditions

      • General

        Click here to view Jigsaw PSHE's general terms and conditions, including the Software as a Service agreement.

      • General

        Click here to view Jigsaw PSHE's general terms and conditions, including the Software as a Service agreement.

      • General

        Click here to view Jigsaw PSHE's general terms and conditions, including the Software as a Service agreement.

      • General

        Click here to view Jigsaw PSHE's general terms and conditions, including the Software as a Service agreement.

      • General

        Click here to view Jigsaw PSHE's general terms and conditions, including the Software as a Service agreement.

    • Acceptable Use Policy

      • General

        This current Acceptable Use Policy was last updated on 14th January 2021 and reviewed on 20th July 2022.

        We reserve the right to change the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy from time to time, and we will notify you of such changes the next time you access the Platform.

      • About our Acceptable Use Policy and services

        This Acceptable Use Policy (as updated from time to time) is incorporated into the Agreement between the Customer and Jigsaw PSHE Limited (registered in England and Wales with company number 8568182 and whose registered address is Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom pursuant to the General Terms and Conditions) (“we”, “us” or “our”). 
         
        This Acceptable Use Policy applies to the Customer’s Authorised Users’ (“you” or “your”) access to and use of our Platform and Services.
         
        Defined terms in this Acceptable Use Policy shall have the meaning given in the Agreement, and the same rules of interpretation apply.
         
        You are only permitted to use and access the Platform and our Services per the terms of the Agreement in place between us and the Customer (the party that Jigsaw is providing the Platform and Services to i.e. your employer or the party who has granted you access to the Platform to enable you to perform teaching services).
         
        Use of the Services (or any part of the Services) in any other way, including in contravention of any restriction on use set out in this Acceptable Use Policy, is not permitted. If any person does not agree with the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy, they may not use the Services.
      • Access to the Platform

        As a condition of your use of the Platform, you must:
        • be eighteen (18) years of age or older;
        • have the legal authority to access this Platform and use the Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement; and
        • safeguard the Customer’s account information, including user login details and passwords and not share these with any third party other than another Authorised User, authorised by the Customer to use the Platform.
         
        You must not share log-in details with any third parties including entities, schools or organisations associated with the Customer or other entities, schools or organisations within the Customer’s group.
      • Restrictions on downloading and reproducing Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        You must not:
        • distribute the Supplier Materials to, or otherwise make them available to, any third parties including teachers or pupils in another schools or educational establishments and parents or guardians of the Customer’s pupils (with the exception of the Jigsaw Families Programme materials designated for use at home which can be shared with parents or guardians);
        • copy or publish the Supplier Materials, except to the extent strictly necessary for your personal teaching purposes or as otherwise expressly set out in the Agreement;
        • republish any of the Supplier Materials on any other platforms or sites, including the Customer’s website or internal portal; or
        • use the Supplier Materials or Platform for any purpose other than as a tool to aid and assist your personal teaching.
      • Restrictions on your use of the Platform and Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        As a condition of use of the Platform and Services you must not:
        • distribute or transmit any virus through the Platform;
        • attempt to copy, duplicate, modify, create derivative works from or distribute all or any portion of the Platform or the Supplier Materials except to the extent expressly set out in this the Agreement;
        • attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • circumvent any of the technical limitations of the Platform, or decompile or otherwise reconstruct the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • use the Platform in a way that could damage, disable, overburden, impair or compromise the Services or the Platform;
        • collect or harvest any information or data from the Platform or Services or attempt to decipher any transmissions to or from the Platform;
        • access, monitor or copy any Supplier Materials, content or information of this Platform using any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or any manual process for any purpose without our express written permission;
        • access all or any part of the Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Platform or Services;
        • use the Platform or Services to provide services to third parties or allow third parties to use the Services;
        • attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Platform or Services;
        • create a database using the Supplier Materials; or
        • infringe our intellectual property rights or those of any third party in relation to your use of the Platform, Supplier Materials or Services (to the extent that such use is not licensed by these terms).
        • In your use of the Services you must:
        • comply with all applicable laws and regulations (as updated and amended from time to time); and
        • be responsible for your use of the Platform, Services and Supplier Materials.
      • External links

        Our Platform may, from time to time, include links to external sites, which may include links to third party’s services, offers and promotions. We include these to provide our customers with access to information, products or services that you may find useful or interesting. 
         
        We do not control these sites and are not responsible for the content of these sites or for anything provided by them and do not guarantee that they will be continuously available. The fact that we include links to such external sites does not imply any endorsement of, or association with their operators or promoters.
         
        You must not:
        • create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the content of the Services (or any part);
        • display any of the trademarks or logos used on the Services without our permission together with that of the owner of such trademarks or logos; or
        • use our trademarks, logos or trade names in any manner not expressly permitted by us in writing.
      • General

        This current Acceptable Use Policy was last updated on 14th January 2021 and reviewed on 20th July 2022.

        We reserve the right to change the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy from time to time, and we will notify you of such changes the next time you access the Platform.

      • About our Acceptable Use Policy and services

        This Acceptable Use Policy (as updated from time to time) is incorporated into the Agreement between the Customer and Jigsaw PSHE Limited (registered in England and Wales with company number 8568182 and whose registered address is Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom pursuant to the General Terms and Conditions) (“we”, “us” or “our”). 
         
        This Acceptable Use Policy applies to the Customer’s Authorised Users’ (“you” or “your”) access to and use of our Platform and Services.
         
        Defined terms in this Acceptable Use Policy shall have the meaning given in the Agreement, and the same rules of interpretation apply.
         
        You are only permitted to use and access the Platform and our Services per the terms of the Agreement in place between us and the Customer (the party that Jigsaw is providing the Platform and Services to i.e. your employer or the party who has granted you access to the Platform to enable you to perform teaching services).
         
        Use of the Services (or any part of the Services) in any other way, including in contravention of any restriction on use set out in this Acceptable Use Policy, is not permitted. If any person does not agree with the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy, they may not use the Services.
      • Access to the Platform

        As a condition of your use of the Platform, you must:
        • be eighteen (18) years of age or older;
        • have the legal authority to access this Platform and use the Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement; and
        • safeguard the Customer’s account information, including user login details and passwords and not share these with any third party other than another Authorised User, authorised by the Customer to use the Platform.
         
        You must not share log-in details with any third parties including entities, schools or organisations associated with the Customer or other entities, schools or organisations within the Customer’s group.
      • Restrictions on downloading and reproducing Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        You must not:
        • distribute the Supplier Materials to, or otherwise make them available to, any third parties including teachers or pupils in another schools or educational establishments and parents or guardians of the Customer’s pupils (with the exception of the Jigsaw Families Programme materials designated for use at home which can be shared with parents or guardians);
        • copy or publish the Supplier Materials, except to the extent strictly necessary for your personal teaching purposes or as otherwise expressly set out in the Agreement;
        • republish any of the Supplier Materials on any other platforms or sites, including the Customer’s website or internal portal; or
        • use the Supplier Materials or Platform for any purpose other than as a tool to aid and assist your personal teaching.
      • Restrictions on your use of the Platform and Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        As a condition of use of the Platform and Services you must not:
        • distribute or transmit any virus through the Platform;
        • attempt to copy, duplicate, modify, create derivative works from or distribute all or any portion of the Platform or the Supplier Materials except to the extent expressly set out in this the Agreement;
        • attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • circumvent any of the technical limitations of the Platform, or decompile or otherwise reconstruct the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • use the Platform in a way that could damage, disable, overburden, impair or compromise the Services or the Platform;
        • collect or harvest any information or data from the Platform or Services or attempt to decipher any transmissions to or from the Platform;
        • access, monitor or copy any Supplier Materials, content or information of this Platform using any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or any manual process for any purpose without our express written permission;
        • access all or any part of the Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Platform or Services;
        • use the Platform or Services to provide services to third parties or allow third parties to use the Services;
        • attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Platform or Services;
        • create a database using the Supplier Materials; or
        • infringe our intellectual property rights or those of any third party in relation to your use of the Platform, Supplier Materials or Services (to the extent that such use is not licensed by these terms).
        • In your use of the Services you must:
        • comply with all applicable laws and regulations (as updated and amended from time to time); and
        • be responsible for your use of the Platform, Services and Supplier Materials.
      • External links

        Our Platform may, from time to time, include links to external sites, which may include links to third party’s services, offers and promotions. We include these to provide our customers with access to information, products or services that you may find useful or interesting. 
         
        We do not control these sites and are not responsible for the content of these sites or for anything provided by them and do not guarantee that they will be continuously available. The fact that we include links to such external sites does not imply any endorsement of, or association with their operators or promoters.
         
        You must not:
        • create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the content of the Services (or any part);
        • display any of the trademarks or logos used on the Services without our permission together with that of the owner of such trademarks or logos; or
        • use our trademarks, logos or trade names in any manner not expressly permitted by us in writing.
      • General

        This current Acceptable Use Policy was last updated on 14th January 2021 and reviewed on 20th July 2022.

        We reserve the right to change the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy from time to time, and we will notify you of such changes the next time you access the Platform.

      • About Our Acceptable Use Policy and Service

        This Acceptable Use Policy (as updated from time to time) is incorporated into the Agreement between the Customer and Jigsaw PSHE Limited (registered in England and Wales with company number 8568182 and whose registered address is Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom pursuant to the General Terms and Conditions) (“we”, “us” or “our”). 
         
        This Acceptable Use Policy applies to the Customer’s Authorised Users’ (“you” or “your”) access to and use of our Platform and Services.
         
        Defined terms in this Acceptable Use Policy shall have the meaning given in the Agreement, and the same rules of interpretation apply.
         
        You are only permitted to use and access the Platform and our Services per the terms of the Agreement in place between us and the Customer (the party that Jigsaw is providing the Platform and Services to i.e. your employer or the party who has granted you access to the Platform to enable you to perform teaching services).
         
        Use of the Services (or any part of the Services) in any other way, including in contravention of any restriction on use set out in this Acceptable Use Policy, is not permitted. If any person does not agree with the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy, they may not use the Services.
      • Access to the Platform

        As a condition of your use of the Platform, you must:
        • be eighteen (18) years of age or older;
        • have the legal authority to access this Platform and use the Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement; and
        • safeguard the Customer’s account information, including user login details and passwords and not share these with any third party other than another Authorised User, authorised by the Customer to use the Platform.
         
        You must not share log-in details with any third parties including entities, schools or organisations associated with the Customer or other entities, schools or organisations within the Customer’s group.
      • Restrictions on downloading and reproducing Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        You must not:
        • distribute the Supplier Materials to, or otherwise make them available to, any third parties including teachers or pupils in another schools or educational establishments and parents or guardians of the Customer’s pupils (with the exception of the Jigsaw Families Programme materials designated for use at home which can be shared with parents or guardians);
        • copy or publish the Supplier Materials, except to the extent strictly necessary for your personal teaching purposes or as otherwise expressly set out in the Agreement;
        • republish any of the Supplier Materials on any other platforms or sites, including the Customer’s website or internal portal; or
        • use the Supplier Materials or Platform for any purpose other than as a tool to aid and assist your personal teaching.
      • Restrictions on your use of the Platform and Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        As a condition of use of the Platform and Services you must not:
        • distribute or transmit any virus through the Platform;
        • attempt to copy, duplicate, modify, create derivative works from or distribute all or any portion of the Platform or the Supplier Materials except to the extent expressly set out in this the Agreement;
        • attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • circumvent any of the technical limitations of the Platform, or decompile or otherwise reconstruct the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • use the Platform in a way that could damage, disable, overburden, impair or compromise the Services or the Platform;
        • collect or harvest any information or data from the Platform or Services or attempt to decipher any transmissions to or from the Platform;
        • access, monitor or copy any Supplier Materials, content or information of this Platform using any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or any manual process for any purpose without our express written permission;
        • access all or any part of the Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Platform or Services;
        • use the Platform or Services to provide services to third parties or allow third parties to use the Services;
        • attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Platform or Services;
        • create a database using the Supplier Materials; or
        • infringe our intellectual property rights or those of any third party in relation to your use of the Platform, Supplier Materials or Services (to the extent that such use is not licensed by these terms).
        • In your use of the Services you must:
        • comply with all applicable laws and regulations (as updated and amended from time to time); and
        • be responsible for your use of the Platform, Services and Supplier Materials.
      • External links

        Our Platform may, from time to time, include links to external sites, which may include links to third party’s services, offers and promotions. We include these to provide our customers with access to information, products or services that you may find useful or interesting. 
         
        We do not control these sites and are not responsible for the content of these sites or for anything provided by them and do not guarantee that they will be continuously available. The fact that we include links to such external sites does not imply any endorsement of, or association with their operators or promoters.
         
        You must not:
        • create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the content of the Services (or any part);
        • display any of the trademarks or logos used on the Services without our permission together with that of the owner of such trademarks or logos; or
        • use our trademarks, logos or trade names in any manner not expressly permitted by us in writing.
      • General

        This current Acceptable Use Policy was last updated on 14th January 2021 and reviewed on 20th July 2022.

        We reserve the right to change the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy from time to time, and we will notify you of such changes the next time you access the Platform.

      • About our Acceptable Use Policy and Services

        This Acceptable Use Policy (as updated from time to time) is incorporated into the Agreement between the Customer and Jigsaw PSHE Limited (registered in England and Wales with company number 8568182 and whose registered address is Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom pursuant to the General Terms and Conditions) (“we”, “us” or “our”). 
         
        This Acceptable Use Policy applies to the Customer’s Authorised Users’ (“you” or “your”) access to and use of our Platform and Services.
         
        Defined terms in this Acceptable Use Policy shall have the meaning given in the Agreement, and the same rules of interpretation apply.
         
        You are only permitted to use and access the Platform and our Services per the terms of the Agreement in place between us and the Customer (the party that Jigsaw is providing the Platform and Services to i.e. your employer or the party who has granted you access to the Platform to enable you to perform teaching services).
         
        Use of the Services (or any part of the Services) in any other way, including in contravention of any restriction on use set out in this Acceptable Use Policy, is not permitted. If any person does not agree with the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy, they may not use the Services.
      • Access to the Platform

        As a condition of your use of the Platform, you must:
        • be eighteen (18) years of age or older;
        • have the legal authority to access this Platform and use the Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement; and
        • safeguard the Customer’s account information, including user login details and passwords and not share these with any third party other than another Authorised User, authorised by the Customer to use the Platform.
         
        You must not share log-in details with any third parties including entities, schools or organisations associated with the Customer or other entities, schools or organisations within the Customer’s group.
      • Restrictions on downloading and reproducing Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        You must not:
        • distribute the Supplier Materials to, or otherwise make them available to, any third parties including teachers or pupils in another schools or educational establishments and parents or guardians of the Customer’s pupils (with the exception of the Jigsaw Families Programme materials designated for use at home which can be shared with parents or guardians);
        • copy or publish the Supplier Materials, except to the extent strictly necessary for your personal teaching purposes or as otherwise expressly set out in the Agreement;
        • republish any of the Supplier Materials on any other platforms or sites, including the Customer’s website or internal portal; or
        • use the Supplier Materials or Platform for any purpose other than as a tool to aid and assist your personal teaching.
      • Restrictions on your use of the Platform and Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        As a condition of use of the Platform and Services you must not:
        • distribute or transmit any virus through the Platform;
        • attempt to copy, duplicate, modify, create derivative works from or distribute all or any portion of the Platform or the Supplier Materials except to the extent expressly set out in this the Agreement;
        • attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • circumvent any of the technical limitations of the Platform, or decompile or otherwise reconstruct the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • use the Platform in a way that could damage, disable, overburden, impair or compromise the Services or the Platform;
        • collect or harvest any information or data from the Platform or Services or attempt to decipher any transmissions to or from the Platform;
        • access, monitor or copy any Supplier Materials, content or information of this Platform using any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or any manual process for any purpose without our express written permission;
        • access all or any part of the Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Platform or Services;
        • use the Platform or Services to provide services to third parties or allow third parties to use the Services;
        • attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Platform or Services;
        • create a database using the Supplier Materials; or
        • infringe our intellectual property rights or those of any third party in relation to your use of the Platform, Supplier Materials or Services (to the extent that such use is not licensed by these terms).
        • In your use of the Services you must:
        • comply with all applicable laws and regulations (as updated and amended from time to time); and
        • be responsible for your use of the Platform, Services and Supplier Materials.
      • External links

        Our Platform may, from time to time, include links to external sites, which may include links to third party’s services, offers and promotions. We include these to provide our customers with access to information, products or services that you may find useful or interesting. 
         
        We do not control these sites and are not responsible for the content of these sites or for anything provided by them and do not guarantee that they will be continuously available. The fact that we include links to such external sites does not imply any endorsement of, or association with their operators or promoters.
         
        You must not:
        • create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the content of the Services (or any part);
        • display any of the trademarks or logos used on the Services without our permission together with that of the owner of such trademarks or logos; or
        • use our trademarks, logos or trade names in any manner not expressly permitted by us in writing.
      • General

        This current Acceptable Use Policy was last updated on 14th January 2021 and reviewed on 20th July 2022.

        We reserve the right to change the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy from time to time, and we will notify you of such changes the next time you access the Platform.

      • About our Acceptable Use Policy and Service

        This Acceptable Use Policy (as updated from time to time) is incorporated into the Agreement between the Customer and Jigsaw PSHE Limited (registered in England and Wales with company number 8568182 and whose registered address is Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom pursuant to the General Terms and Conditions) (“we”, “us” or “our”). 
         
        This Acceptable Use Policy applies to the Customer’s Authorised Users’ (“you” or “your”) access to and use of our Platform and Services.
         
        Defined terms in this Acceptable Use Policy shall have the meaning given in the Agreement, and the same rules of interpretation apply.
         
        You are only permitted to use and access the Platform and our Services per the terms of the Agreement in place between us and the Customer (the party that Jigsaw is providing the Platform and Services to i.e. your employer or the party who has granted you access to the Platform to enable you to perform teaching services).
         
        Use of the Services (or any part of the Services) in any other way, including in contravention of any restriction on use set out in this Acceptable Use Policy, is not permitted. If any person does not agree with the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy, they may not use the Services.
      • Access to the Platform

        As a condition of your use of the Platform, you must:
        • be eighteen (18) years of age or older;
        • have the legal authority to access this Platform and use the Services in accordance with the terms of the Agreement; and
        • safeguard the Customer’s account information, including user login details and passwords and not share these with any third party other than another Authorised User, authorised by the Customer to use the Platform.
         
        You must not share log-in details with any third parties including entities, schools or organisations associated with the Customer or other entities, schools or organisations within the Customer’s group.
      • Restrictions on downloading and reproducing Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        You must not:
        • distribute the Supplier Materials to, or otherwise make them available to, any third parties including teachers or pupils in another schools or educational establishments and parents or guardians of the Customer’s pupils (with the exception of the Jigsaw Families Programme materials designated for use at home which can be shared with parents or guardians);
        • copy or publish the Supplier Materials, except to the extent strictly necessary for your personal teaching purposes or as otherwise expressly set out in the Agreement;
        • republish any of the Supplier Materials on any other platforms or sites, including the Customer’s website or internal portal; or
        • use the Supplier Materials or Platform for any purpose other than as a tool to aid and assist your personal teaching.
      • Restrictions on your use of the Platform and Supplier Materials (including Teaching Materials)

        As a condition of use of the Platform and Services you must not:
        • distribute or transmit any virus through the Platform;
        • attempt to copy, duplicate, modify, create derivative works from or distribute all or any portion of the Platform or the Supplier Materials except to the extent expressly set out in this the Agreement;
        • attempt to reverse compile, disassemble, reverse engineer or otherwise reduce to human-perceivable form all or any part of the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • circumvent any of the technical limitations of the Platform, or decompile or otherwise reconstruct the Platform or the Supplier Materials;
        • use the Platform in a way that could damage, disable, overburden, impair or compromise the Services or the Platform;
        • collect or harvest any information or data from the Platform or Services or attempt to decipher any transmissions to or from the Platform;
        • access, monitor or copy any Supplier Materials, content or information of this Platform using any robot, spider, scraper or other automated means or any manual process for any purpose without our express written permission;
        • access all or any part of the Platform in order to build a product or service which competes with the Platform or Services;
        • use the Platform or Services to provide services to third parties or allow third parties to use the Services;
        • attempt to obtain, or assist third parties in obtaining, access to the Platform or Services;
        • create a database using the Supplier Materials; or
        • infringe our intellectual property rights or those of any third party in relation to your use of the Platform, Supplier Materials or Services (to the extent that such use is not licensed by these terms).
        • In your use of the Services you must:
        • comply with all applicable laws and regulations (as updated and amended from time to time); and
        • be responsible for your use of the Platform, Services and Supplier Materials.
      • External links

        Our Platform may, from time to time, include links to external sites, which may include links to third party’s services, offers and promotions. We include these to provide our customers with access to information, products or services that you may find useful or interesting. 
         
        We do not control these sites and are not responsible for the content of these sites or for anything provided by them and do not guarantee that they will be continuously available. The fact that we include links to such external sites does not imply any endorsement of, or association with their operators or promoters.
         
        You must not:
        • create a frame or any other browser or border environment around the content of the Services (or any part);
        • display any of the trademarks or logos used on the Services without our permission together with that of the owner of such trademarks or logos; or
        • use our trademarks, logos or trade names in any manner not expressly permitted by us in writing.
    • Cookie Policy

      • What are cookies and how do we use them?

        A cookie is a small data file which websites may require your web browser to store on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies help the website owners analyse web traffic, and allow your web browser to remember if you are logged into any password-protected areas, such as our Jigsaw Community area. They are also used to keep track of your shopping basket and preferred view in our online shop.

        Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual and to customise your experience. The web application can then tailor its responses to your needs, by reading and remembering information about your preferences in these cookies.

        We may use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and do NOT collect information that could personally identify you, except in explicit circumstances defined in our Privacy Policy.

        A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you have already chosen to share with us.

        You can choose to allow, block (and delete) cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website.

        Many web browsers can also be set to delete cookies at the end of the session, or manually, upon request from the browser’s own menu – sometimes found under a delete-history option. You must have cookies enabled to be able to place an order or purchase items from our online shop, and also to gain access to our password-protected sections such as our Jigsaw Community area.

        We take your privacy very seriously and comply with UK and EU law on handling cookies and provide you with opportunity to remove such cookies or prevent your computer from accepting them in the future.

      • Controlling your personal information

        Please refer to our Privacy Policy for this information.

      • Browser-specific instructions to block and remove cookies

      • What are cookies and how do we use them?

        A cookie is a small data file which websites may require your web browser to store on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies help the website owners analyse web traffic, and allow your web browser to remember if you are logged into any password-protected areas, such as our Jigsaw Community area. They are also used to keep track of your shopping basket and preferred view in our online shop.

        Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual and to customise your experience. The web application can then tailor its responses to your needs, by reading and remembering information about your preferences in these cookies.

        We may use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and do NOT collect information that could personally identify you, except in explicit circumstances defined in our Privacy Policy.

        A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you have already chosen to share with us.

        You can choose to allow, block (and delete) cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website.

        Many web browsers can also be set to delete cookies at the end of the session, or manually, upon request from the browser’s own menu – sometimes found under a delete-history option. You must have cookies enabled to be able to place an order or purchase items from our online shop, and also to gain access to our password-protected sections such as our Jigsaw Community area.

        We take your privacy very seriously and comply with UK and EU law on handling cookies and provide you with opportunity to remove such cookies or prevent your computer from accepting them in the future.

      • Controlling your Personal Information

        Please refer to our Privacy Policy for this information.

      • Browser-specific instructions to block and remove cookies

      • What are cookies and how do we use them?

        A cookie is a small data file which websites may require your web browser to store on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies help the website owners analyse web traffic, and allow your web browser to remember if you are logged into any password-protected areas, such as our Jigsaw Community area. They are also used to keep track of your shopping basket and preferred view in our online shop.

        Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual and to customise your experience. The web application can then tailor its responses to your needs, by reading and remembering information about your preferences in these cookies.

        We may use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and do NOT collect information that could personally identify you, except in explicit circumstances defined in our Privacy Policy.

        A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you have already chosen to share with us.

        You can choose to allow, block (and delete) cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website.

        Many web browsers can also be set to delete cookies at the end of the session, or manually, upon request from the browser’s own menu – sometimes found under a delete-history option. You must have cookies enabled to be able to place an order or purchase items from our online shop, and also to gain access to our password-protected sections such as our Jigsaw Community area.

        We take your privacy very seriously and comply with UK and EU law on handling cookies and provide you with opportunity to remove such cookies or prevent your computer from accepting them in the future.

      • Controlling your Personal Information

        Please refer to our Privacy Policy for this information.

      • Browser-specific instructions to block and remove cookies

      • What are cookies and how do we use them?

        A cookie is a small data file which websites may require your web browser to store on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies help the website owners analyse web traffic, and allow your web browser to remember if you are logged into any password-protected areas, such as our Jigsaw Community area. They are also used to keep track of your shopping basket and preferred view in our online shop.

        Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual and to customise your experience. The web application can then tailor its responses to your needs, by reading and remembering information about your preferences in these cookies.

        We may use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and do NOT collect information that could personally identify you, except in explicit circumstances defined in our Privacy Policy.

        A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you have already chosen to share with us.

        You can choose to allow, block (and delete) cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website.

        Many web browsers can also be set to delete cookies at the end of the session, or manually, upon request from the browser’s own menu – sometimes found under a delete-history option. You must have cookies enabled to be able to place an order or purchase items from our online shop, and also to gain access to our password-protected sections such as our Jigsaw Community area.

        We take your privacy very seriously and comply with UK and EU law on handling cookies and provide you with opportunity to remove such cookies or prevent your computer from accepting them in the future.

      • Controlling your Personal Information

        Please refer to our Privacy Policy for this information.

      • Browser-specific instructions to block and remove cookies

      • What are cookies and how do we use them?

        A cookie is a small data file which websites may require your web browser to store on your computer’s hard drive. These cookies help the website owners analyse web traffic, and allow your web browser to remember if you are logged into any password-protected areas, such as our Jigsaw Community area. They are also used to keep track of your shopping basket and preferred view in our online shop.

        Cookies allow web applications to respond to you as an individual and to customise your experience. The web application can then tailor its responses to your needs, by reading and remembering information about your preferences in these cookies.

        We may use traffic log cookies to identify which pages are being used. This helps us analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website in order to tailor it to customer needs. We use this information for statistical analysis purposes and do NOT collect information that could personally identify you, except in explicit circumstances defined in our Privacy Policy.

        A cookie in no way gives us access to your computer or any information about you, other than the data you have already chosen to share with us.

        You can choose to allow, block (and delete) cookies. Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can modify your browser settings to decline cookies if you prefer. However, this may prevent you from taking full advantage of a website.

        Many web browsers can also be set to delete cookies at the end of the session, or manually, upon request from the browser’s own menu – sometimes found under a delete-history option. You must have cookies enabled to be able to place an order or purchase items from our online shop, and also to gain access to our password-protected sections such as our Jigsaw Community area.

        We take your privacy very seriously and comply with UK and EU law on handling cookies and provide you with opportunity to remove such cookies or prevent your computer from accepting them in the future.

      • Controlling your Personal Information

        Please refer to our Privacy Policy for this information.

      • Browser-specific instructions to block and remove cookies

    • Privacy Policy

      • General

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, registered limited companies in England, UK. Both companies provide specific educational resources and training for the education sector.

        We take the privacy, including the security, of personal information we hold about you seriously. This privacy notice is designed to inform you about how we collect personal information about you and how we use that personal information.

        You should read this privacy notice carefully so that you know and can understand why and how we use the personal information we collect and hold about you.

      • Information we collect and how we obtain it

        We obtain information from you from conferences and exhibitions we attend, or when you take part in our training events, provide feedback, or if you engage with our online marketing, respond to promotions by post, visit our website or contact by telephone or email.

        We collect your name, your role at your school/place of work, a work email address (so we can reach you at your place of work), a generic office email address and postal/delivery and billing addresses and school/college telephone number. We do not collect personal other data such as home addresses or personal telephone numbers.

        We maintain records of the products and services you/your school has purchased from us and the results of any of our surveys and quality assurance checks (such as for the Jigsaw Families Programme) that you may have taken part in or are still active in.

      • Consent

        You will be asked for your explicit consent at the point of collection. We will not store your details if you have not provided consent except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

        You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us through the Contact Information section below. We will ignore consent given by anyone under the age of 18, treating it as if consent was not given and information provided under that circumstance will be immediately discarded/destroyed, except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

      • Automatic Collection

        When you use our websites, our security software will collect your current IP address for the sole purpose that we may protect our site from hacking attempts and malicious attacks.

        IP addresses used by our analytical systems (which tell us how our site is used, the types of devices used, operating systems and web browsers and where in the world people view from) are anonymised to protect your identity.

        Where content is included on our site but served through a third party (e.g. Vimeo/Youtube) and their policies are beyond our control, you should refer to policy information provided on their website. We try to anonymise and reduce the tracking of other sites as much as possible. e.g. in the case of Youtube, we use no-cookie links when available.

        For more information about tracking cookies such as those used for our analytic purposes, see our Cookie Policy.

      • Corrections

        If you believe any information we hold about you to be incorrect, please get in touch with us using the Contact Information at the end of this document, and we will update the information within three working days.

      • DSR’s

        Under GDPR you have a right to know what information we hold about you. If you wish to receive a report, you must file a Data Subject Request. You may do this via letter or email (quoting “Data Subject Request” as the Subject of your communication. Collating this information may take some time but we will keep you informed through the process and will complete your request within a reasonable time.

      • How we use your information

        We know education staff often rely on being kept up-to-date about new education products, services, news, and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments.

        We may therefore impart information about relevant curriculum and broader educational issues, to assist schools and teaching staff, and to provide help, encouragement and support on an ongoing basis.

        The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to schools, teachers and students alike. Read our Legitimate Interest Statement

        The analytics we collect allow us to ensure that our website and services work properly with your devices, to deliver the right services to your location, and help us identify which elements are used a lot, to which are becoming obsolete, so we may maintain our site accordingly, ensuring relevance and quality of service.

        Sub Processor(s) (as defined in the General Terms and Conditions) performing processing tasks on our behalf are contracted to uphold the same level of data protection as we do.

      • Disclosure

        We will not sell or disclose your personal information to a third party.

        However, we will disclose specific information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on us or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of the Jan Lever Group; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of the Jan Lever Group, or the public.

      • Information Security

        We take the privacy and security of your information very seriously. We take steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.

        All information you provide to us electronically is stored and transferred using up-to-date strong encryption technologies. Where available, data may be further encrypted (at rest) and all data, stored in the Internet zone or locally is secured by restriction of access to relevant personnel only.

        We back up local data using strong encryption software.

      • Changes to this policy

        If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will put an updated version on the website. Regularly reviewing this ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances.


        We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed of how the Jigsaw Education group protects your data.

        Last updated 6th July 2020. Last reviewed 20th July 2022.

      • What if I do not agree with this privacy policy

        If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner provided in this policy, please discontinue using our online services (including this website).
         
        You may email your concerns to office@janlevergroup.com
         
        If you have received an email via a campaign, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the link provided in the email, or by using the Contact Information section below.
         
        If you wish to exercise your ‘Right to be forgotten', please provide your request in writing or by email using the Contact Information section below.
         
        It may take up to 7 days to complete action on your request, and we will notify you as soon as this has been completed. Note that under UK legislation, we are obliged by law to retain Customer (accounting) information for seven years. After this time, it is permanently and irrecoverably destroyed.
      • Contact Information

        UK Business and Postal Address for Correspondence:
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
        Thorncroft Manor
        Thorncroft Drive
        Leatherhead
        Surrey
        KT22 8JB
        United Kingdom
         
        Tel: +44 (0) 1202 377193
         
        Director: Jan Lever
         
        Jigsaw Education Group operates the following domains :
        jigsawpshe.com
        discoveryschemeofwork.com
        janlevergroup.com
        jigsaweducationgroup.com
         
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd company registration number 8568182
        Discovery RE Ltd company registration number 8820169
         
        Registered Company Office Addresses: JIGSAW EDUCATION GROUP LIMITED, Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom
      • General

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, registered limited companies in England, UK. Both companies provide specific educational resources and training for the education sector.

        We take the privacy, including the security, of personal information we hold about you seriously. This privacy notice is designed to inform you about how we collect personal information about you and how we use that personal information.

        You should read this privacy notice carefully so that you know and can understand why and how we use the personal information we collect and hold about you.

      • Information we collect and how we obtain it

        We obtain information from you from conferences and exhibitions we attend, or when you take part in our training events, provide feedback, or if you engage with our online marketing, respond to promotions by post, visit our website, or contact by telephone or email.

        We collect your name, your role at your school/place of work, a work email address (so we can reach you at your place of work), a generic office email address and postal/delivery and billing addresses and school/college telephone number. We do not collect personal other data such as home addresses or personal telephone numbers.

        We maintain records of the products and services you/your school has purchased from us and the results of any of our surveys and quality assurance checks (such as for the Jigsaw Families Programme) that you may have taken part in or are still active in.

      • Consent

        You will be asked for your explicit consent at the point of collection. We will not store your details if you have not provided consent except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

        You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us through the Contact Information section below. We will ignore consent given by anyone under the age of 18, treating it as if consent was not given and information provided under that circumstance will be immediately discarded/destroyed, except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

      • Automatic Collection

        When you use our websites, our security software will collect your current IP address for the sole purpose that we may protect our site from hacking attempts and malicious attacks.

        IP addresses used by our analytical systems (which tell us how our site is used, the types of devices used, operating systems and web browsers and where in the world people view from) are anonymised to protect your identity.

        Where content is included on our site but served through a third party (e.g. Vimeo/Youtube) and their policies are beyond our control, you should refer to policy information provided on their website. We try to anonymise and reduce the tracking of other sites as much as possible. e.g. in the case of Youtube, we use no-cookie links when available.

        For more information about tracking cookies such as those used for our analytic purposes, see our Cookie Policy.

      • Corrections

        If you believe any information we hold about you to be incorrect, please get in touch with us using the Contact Information at the end of this document, and we will update the information within three working days.

      • DSR’s

        Under GDPR you have a right to know what information we hold about you. If you wish to receive a report, you must file a Data Subject Request. You may do this via letter or email (quoting “Data Subject Request” as the Subject of your communication. Collating this information may take some time, but we will keep you informed through the process. We will complete your request within a reasonable time.

      • How we use your information

        We know education staff often rely on being kept up-to-date about new education products, services, news, and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments.

        We may therefore impart information about relevant curriculum and broader educational issues, to assist schools and teaching staff, and to provide help, encouragement and support on an ongoing basis.

        The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to schools, teachers and students alike. Read our Legitimate Interest Statement

        The analytics we collect allow us to ensure that our website and services work properly with your devices, to deliver the right services to your location, and help us identify which elements are used a lot, to which are becoming obsolete, so we may maintain our site accordingly, ensuring relevance and quality of service.

        Sub Processor(s) (as defined in the General Terms and Conditions) performing processing tasks on our behalf are contracted to uphold the same level of data protection as we do.

      • Disclosure

        We will not sell or disclose your personal information to a third party. However, we will disclose specific information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on us or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of the Jan Lever Group; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of the Jan Lever Group, or the public.

      • Information Security

        We take the privacy and security of your information very seriously. We take steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.

        All information you provide to us electronically is stored and transferred using up-to-date strong encryption technologies. Where available, data may be further encrypted (at rest) and all data, stored in the Internet zone or locally is secured by restriction of access to relevant personnel only.

        We backup local data using strong encryption software.

      • Changes to this policy

        If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will put an updated version on the website. Regularly reviewing this ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances.

        We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed of how the Jigsaw Education Group protects your data.

        Last updated 6th July 2020. Last reviewed 20th July 2022.

      • What if I do not agree with this privacy policy

        If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner provided in this policy, please discontinue using our online services (including this website).
         
        You may email your concerns to office@janlevergroup.com
         
        If you have received an email via a campaign, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the link provided in the email, or by using the Contact Information section below.
         
        If you wish to exercise your ‘Right to be forgotten', please provide your request in writing or by email using the Contact Information section below.
         
        It may take up to 7 days to complete action on your request, and we will notify you as soon as this has been completed. Note that under UK legislation, we are obliged by law to retain Customer (accounting) information for seven years. After this time, it is permanently and irrecoverably destroyed.
      • Contact Information

        UK Business and Postal Address for Correspondence:
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
        Thorncroft Manor
        Thorncroft Drive
        Leatherhead
        Surrey
        KT22 8JB
        United Kingdom
         
        Tel: +44 (0) 1202 377193
         
        Director: Jan Lever
         
        Jigsaw Education Group operates the following domains:
        jigsawpshe.com
        discoveryschemeofwork.com
        janlevergroup.com
        jigsaweducationgroup.com
         
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd company registration number 8568182
        Discovery RE Ltd company registration number 8820169
         
        Registered Company Office Addresses: JIGSAW EDUCATION GROUP LIMITED, Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom
      • General

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, registered limited companies in England, UK. Both companies provide specific educational resources and training for the education sector.

        We take the privacy, including the security, of personal information we hold about you seriously. This privacy notice is designed to inform you about how we collect personal information about you and how we use that personal information.

        You should read this privacy notice carefully so that you know and can understand why and how we use the personal information we collect and hold about you.

      • Information we collect and how we obtain it

        We obtain information from you from conferences and exhibitions we attend, or when you take part in our training events, provide feedback, or if you engage with our online marketing, respond to promotions by post, visit our website, or contact by telephone or email.

        We collect your name, your role at your school/place of work, a work email address (so we can reach you at your place of work), a generic office email address and postal/delivery and billing addresses and school/college telephone number. We do not collect personal other data such as home addresses or personal telephone numbers.

        We maintain records of the products and services you/your school has purchased from us and the results of any of our surveys and quality assurance checks (such as for the Jigsaw Families Programme) that you may have taken part in or are still active in.

      • Consent

        You will be asked for your explicit consent at the point of collection. We will not store your details if you have not provided consent except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

        You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us through the Contact Information section below. We will ignore consent given by anyone under the age of 18, treating it as if consent was not given and information provided under that circumstance will be immediately discarded/destroyed, except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

      • Automatic Collection

        When you use our websites, our security software will collect your current IP address for the sole purpose that we may protect our site from hacking attempts and malicious attacks.

        IP addresses used by our analytical systems (which tell us how our site is used, the types of devices used, operating systems and web browsers and where in the world people view from) are anonymised to protect your identity.

        Where content is included on our site but served through a third party (e.g. Vimeo/Youtube) and their policies are beyond our control, you should refer to policy information provided on their website. We try to anonymise and reduce the tracking of other sites as much as possible. e.g. in the case of Youtube, we use no-cookie links when available.

        For more information about tracking cookies such as those used for our analytic purposes, see our Cookie Policy.

      • Corrections

        If you believe any information we hold about you to be incorrect, please get in touch with us using the Contact Information at the end of this document, and we will update the information within three working days.

      • DSR's

        Under GDPR you have a right to know what information we hold about you. If you wish to receive a report, you must file a Data Subject Request. You may do this via letter or email (quoting “Data Subject Request” as the Subject of your communication. Collating this information may take some time, but we will keep you informed through the process. We will complete your request within a reasonable time.

      • How we use your information

        We know education staff often rely on being kept up-to-date about new education products, services, news, and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments.

        We may therefore impart information about relevant curriculum and broader educational issues, to assist schools and teaching staff, and to provide help, encouragement and support on an ongoing basis.

        The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to schools, teachers and students alike. Read our Legitimate Interest Statement

        The analytics we collect allow us to ensure that our website and services work properly with your devices, to deliver the right services to your location, and help us identify which elements are used a lot, to which are becoming obsolete, so we may maintain our site accordingly, ensuring relevance and quality of service.

        Sub Processor(s) (as defined in the General Terms and Conditions) performing processing tasks on our behalf are contracted to uphold the same level of data protection as we do.

      • Disclosure

        We will not sell or disclose your personal information to a third party. However, we will disclose specific information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on us or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of the Jan Lever Group; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of the Jan Lever Group, or the public.

      • Information Security

        We take the privacy and security of your information very seriously. We take steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.

        All information you provide to us electronically is stored and transferred using up-to-date strong encryption technologies. Where available, data may be further encrypted (at rest) and all data, stored in the Internet zone or locally is secured by restriction of access to relevant personnel only.

        We backup local data using strong encryption software.

      • Changes to this policy

        If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will put an updated version on the website. Regularly reviewing this ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances.

        We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed of how the Jigsaw Education Group protects your data.

        Last updated 6th July 2020. Last reviewed 20th July 2022.

      • What if I do not agree with this privacy policy

        If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner provided in this policy, please discontinue using our online services (including this website).
         
        You may email your concerns to office@janlevergroup.com
         
        If you have received an email via a campaign, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the link provided in the email, or by using the Contact Information section below.
         
        If you wish to exercise your ‘Right to be forgotten', please provide your request in writing or by email using the Contact Information section below.
         
        It may take up to 7 days to complete action on your request, and we will notify you as soon as this has been completed. Note that under UK legislation, we are obliged by law to retain Customer (accounting) information for seven years. After this time, it is permanently and irrecoverably destroyed.
      • Contact Information

        UK Business and Postal Address for Correspondence:
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
        Thorncroft Manor
        Thorncroft Drive
        Leatherhead
        Surrey
        KT22 8JB
        United Kingdom
         
        Tel: +44 (0) 1202 377193
         
        Director: Jan Lever
         
        Jigsaw Education Group operates the following domains:
        jigsawpshe.com
        discoveryschemeofwork.com
        janlevergroup.com
        jigsaweducationgroup.com
         
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd company registration number 8568182
        Discovery RE Ltd company registration number 8820169
         
        Registered Company Office Addresses: JIGSAW EDUCATION GROUP LIMITED, Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom
      • General

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, registered limited companies in England, UK. Both companies provide specific educational resources and training for the education sector.

        We take the privacy, including the security, of personal information we hold about you seriously. This privacy notice is designed to inform you about how we collect personal information about you and how we use that personal information.

        You should read this privacy notice carefully so that you know and can understand why and how we use the personal information we collect and hold about you.

      • Information we collect and how we obtain it

        We obtain information from you from conferences and exhibitions we attend, or when you take part in our training events, provide feedback, or if you engage with our online marketing, respond to promotions by post, visit our website, or contact by telephone or email.

        We collect your name, your role at your school/place of work, a work email address (so we can reach you at your place of work), a generic office email address and postal/delivery and billing addresses and school/college telephone number. We do not collect personal other data such as home addresses or personal telephone numbers.

        We maintain records of the products and services you/your school has purchased from us and the results of any of our surveys and quality assurance checks (such as for the Jigsaw Families Programme) that you may have taken part in or are still active in.

      • Consent

        You will be asked for your explicit consent at the point of collection. We will not store your details if you have not provided consent except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

        You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us through the Contact Information section below. We will ignore consent given by anyone under the age of 18, treating it as if consent was not given and information provided under that circumstance will be immediately discarded/destroyed, except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

      • Automatic Collection

        When you use our websites, our security software will collect your current IP address for the sole purpose that we may protect our site from hacking attempts and malicious attacks.

        IP addresses used by our analytical systems (which tell us how our site is used, the types of devices used, operating systems and web browsers and where in the world people view from) are anonymised to protect your identity.

        Where content is included on our site but served through a third party (e.g. Vimeo/Youtube) and their policies are beyond our control, you should refer to policy information provided on their website. We try to anonymise and reduce the tracking of other sites as much as possible. e.g. in the case of Youtube, we use no-cookie links when available.

        For more information about tracking cookies such as those used for our analytic purposes, see our Cookie Policy.

      • Corrections

        If you believe any information we hold about you to be incorrect, please get in touch with us using the Contact Information at the end of this document, and we will update the information within three working days.

      • DSR's

        Under GDPR you have a right to know what information we hold about you. If you wish to receive a report, you must file a Data Subject Request. You may do this via letter or email (quoting “Data Subject Request” as the Subject of your communication. Collating this information may take some time, but we will keep you informed through the process. We will complete your request within a reasonable time.

      • How we use your information

        We know education staff often rely on being kept up-to-date about new education products, services, news, and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments.

        We may therefore impart information about relevant curriculum and broader educational issues, to assist schools and teaching staff, and to provide help, encouragement and support on an ongoing basis.

        The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to schools, teachers and students alike. Read our Legitimate Interest Statement

        The analytics we collect allow us to ensure that our website and services work properly with your devices, to deliver the right services to your location, and help us identify which elements are used a lot, to which are becoming obsolete, so we may maintain our site accordingly, ensuring relevance and quality of service.

        Sub Processor(s) (as defined in the General Terms and Conditions) performing processing tasks on our behalf are contracted to uphold the same level of data protection as we do.

      • Disclosure

        We will not sell or disclose your personal information to a third party. However, we will disclose specific information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on us or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of the Jan Lever Group; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of the Jan Lever Group, or the public.

      • Information Security

        We take the privacy and security of your information very seriously. We take steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.

        All information you provide to us electronically is stored and transferred using up-to-date strong encryption technologies. Where available, data may be further encrypted (at rest) and all data, stored in the Internet zone or locally is secured by restriction of access to relevant personnel only.

        We backup local data using strong encryption software.

      • Changes to this policy

        If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will put an updated version on the website. Regularly reviewing this ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances.

        We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed of how the Jigsaw Education Group protects your data.

        Last updated 6th July 2020. Last reviewed 20th July 2022.

      • What if I do not agree with this privacy policy

        If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner provided in this policy, please discontinue using our online services (including this website).
         
        You may email your concerns to office@janlevergroup.com
         
        If you have received an email via a campaign, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the link provided in the email, or by using the Contact Information section below.
         
        If you wish to exercise your ‘Right to be forgotten', please provide your request in writing or by email using the Contact Information section below.
         
        It may take up to 7 days to complete action on your request, and we will notify you as soon as this has been completed. Note that under UK legislation, we are obliged by law to retain Customer (accounting) information for seven years. After this time, it is permanently and irrecoverably destroyed.
      • Contact Information

        UK Business and Postal Address for Correspondence:
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
        Thorncroft Manor
        Thorncroft Drive
        Leatherhead
        Surrey
        KT22 8JB
        United Kingdom
         
        Tel: +44 (0) 1202 377193
         
        Director: Jan Lever
         
        Jigsaw Education Group operates the following domains:
        jigsawpshe.com
        discoveryschemeofwork.com
        janlevergroup.com
        jigsaweducationgroup.com
         
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd company registration number 8568182
        Discovery RE Ltd company registration number 8820169
         
        Registered Company Office Addresses: JIGSAW EDUCATION GROUP LIMITED, Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom
      • General

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, registered limited companies in England, UK. Both companies provide specific educational resources and training for the education sector.

        We take the privacy, including the security, of personal information we hold about you seriously. This privacy notice is designed to inform you about how we collect personal information about you and how we use that personal information.

        You should read this privacy notice carefully so that you know and can understand why and how we use the personal information we collect and hold about you.

      • Information we collect and how we obtain it

        We obtain information from you from conferences and exhibitions we attend, or when you take part in our training events, provide feedback, or if you engage with our online marketing, respond to promotions by post, visit our website, or contact by telephone or email.

        We collect your name, your role at your school/place of work, a work email address (so we can reach you at your place of work), a generic office email address and postal/delivery and billing addresses and school/college telephone number. We do not collect personal other data such as home addresses or personal telephone numbers.

        We maintain records of the products and services you/your school has purchased from us and the results of any of our surveys and quality assurance checks (such as for the Jigsaw Families Programme) that you may have taken part in or are still active in.

      • Consent

        You will be asked for your explicit consent at the point of collection. We will not store your details if you have not provided consent except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

        You may revoke your consent at any time by contacting us through the Contact Information section below. We will ignore consent given by anyone under the age of 18, treating it as if consent was not given and information provided under that circumstance will be immediately discarded/destroyed, except in the case of Automatic Collection (below).

      • Automatic Collection

        When you use our websites, our security software will collect your current IP address for the sole purpose that we may protect our site from hacking attempts and malicious attacks.

        IP addresses used by our analytical systems (which tell us how our site is used, the types of devices used, operating systems and web browsers and where in the world people view from) are anonymised to protect your identity.

        Where content is included on our site but served through a third party (e.g. Vimeo/Youtube) and their policies are beyond our control, you should refer to policy information provided on their website. We try to anonymise and reduce the tracking of other sites as much as possible. e.g. in the case of Youtube, we use no-cookie links when available.

        For more information about tracking cookies such as those used for our analytic purposes, see our Cookie Policy.

      • Corrections

        If you believe any information we hold about you to be incorrect, please get in touch with us using the Contact Information at the end of this document, and we will update the information within three working days.

      • DSR's

        Under GDPR you have a right to know what information we hold about you. If you wish to receive a report, you must file a Data Subject Request. You may do this via letter or email (quoting “Data Subject Request” as the Subject of your communication. Collating this information may take some time, but we will keep you informed through the process. We will complete your request within a reasonable time.

      • How we use your information

        We know education staff often rely on being kept up-to-date about new education products, services, news, and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments.

        We may therefore impart information about relevant curriculum and broader educational issues, to assist schools and teaching staff, and to provide help, encouragement and support on an ongoing basis.

        The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to schools, teachers and students alike. Read our Legitimate Interest Statement

        The analytics we collect allow us to ensure that our website and services work properly with your devices, to deliver the right services to your location, and help us identify which elements are used a lot, to which are becoming obsolete, so we may maintain our site accordingly, ensuring relevance and quality of service.

        Sub Processor(s) (as defined in the General Terms and Conditions) performing processing tasks on our behalf are contracted to uphold the same level of data protection as we do.

      • Disclosure

        We will not sell or disclose your personal information to a third party. However, we will disclose specific information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on us or the site; (b) protect and defend the rights or property of the Jan Lever Group; and, (c) act under exigent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of the Jan Lever Group, or the public.

      • Information Security

        We take the privacy and security of your information very seriously. We take steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy policy.

        All information you provide to us electronically is stored and transferred using up-to-date strong encryption technologies. Where available, data may be further encrypted (at rest) and all data, stored in the Internet zone or locally is secured by restriction of access to relevant personnel only.

        We backup local data using strong encryption software.

      • Changes to this policy

        If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will put an updated version on the website. Regularly reviewing this ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances.

        We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed of how the Jigsaw Education Group protects your data.

        Last updated 6th July 2020. Last reviewed 20th July 2022.

      • What if I do not agree with this privacy policy

        If you do not agree to our processing of your data in the manner provided in this policy, please discontinue using our online services (including this website).
         
        You may email your concerns to office@janlevergroup.com
         
        If you have received an email via a campaign, you may unsubscribe at any time by using the link provided in the email, or by using the Contact Information section below.
         
        If you wish to exercise your ‘Right to be forgotten', please provide your request in writing or by email using the Contact Information section below.
         
        It may take up to 7 days to complete action on your request, and we will notify you as soon as this has been completed. Note that under UK legislation, we are obliged by law to retain Customer (accounting) information for seven years. After this time, it is permanently and irrecoverably destroyed.
      • Contact Information

        UK Business and Postal Address for Correspondence:
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd
        Thorncroft Manor
        Thorncroft Drive
        Leatherhead
        Surrey
        KT22 8JB
        United Kingdom
         
        Tel: +44 (0) 1202 377193
         
        Director: Jan Lever
         
        Jigsaw Education Group operates the following domains:
        jigsawpshe.com
        discoveryschemeofwork.com
        janlevergroup.com
        jigsaweducationgroup.com
         
        Jigsaw PSHE Ltd company registration number 8568182
        Discovery RE Ltd company registration number 8820169
         
        Registered Company Office Addresses: JIGSAW EDUCATION GROUP LIMITED, Tlt Llp, Hardman Square, Manchester, Greater Manchester M3 3EB, United Kingdom
    • Sub-Processors

      • Sub-Processor List

        The following list shows third parties we sub-contract processing work to, as referenced in the legal documentation on this site, for the activities and purposes stated below.

        Name of Sub-Processor Purpose/processing activity Data processing location
        Microsoft Azure Hosting provider UK
        Amazon Web Services Data hosting and backups EU
        Cloudflare Inc Content distribution and security USA
        Input Squared Systems developer UK
        Hedgehogweb IT support, multi-media and product development UK
        OffShorly Web systems integration and development Philippines
      • Sub-Processor List

        The following list shows third parties we sub-contract processing work to, as referenced in the legal documentation on this site, for the activities and purposes stated below.

        Name of Sub-Processor Purpose/processing activity Data processing location
        Microsoft Azure Hosting provider UK
        Amazon Web Services Data hosting and backups EU
        Cloudflare Inc Content distribution and security USA
        Input Squared Systems developer UK
        Hedgehogweb IT support, multi-media and product development UK
        OffShorly Web systems integration and development Philippines
      • Sub-Processor List

        The following list shows third parties we sub-contract processing work to, as referenced in the legal documentation on this site, for the activities and purposes stated below.

        Name of Sub-Processor Purpose/processing activity Data processing location
        Microsoft Azure Hosting provider UK
        Amazon Web Services Data hosting and backups EU
        Cloudflare Inc Content distribution and security USA
        Input Squared Systems developer UK
        Hedgehogweb IT support, multi-media and product development UK
        OffShorly Web systems integration and development Philippines
      • Sub-Processor List

        The following list shows third parties we sub-contract processing work to, as referenced in the legal documentation on this site, for the activities and purposes stated below.

        Name of Sub-Processor Purpose/processing activity Data processing location
        Microsoft Azure Hosting provider UK
        Amazon Web Services Data hosting and backups EU
        Cloudflare Inc Content distribution and security USA
        Input Squared Systems developer UK
        Hedgehogweb IT support, multi-media and product development UK
        OffShorly Web systems integration and development Philippines
      • Sub-Processor List

        The following list shows third parties we sub-contract processing work to, as referenced in the legal documentation on this site, for the activities and purposes stated below.

        Name of Sub-Processor Purpose/processing activity Data processing location
        Microsoft Azure Hosting provider UK
        Amazon Web Services Data hosting and backups EU
        Cloudflare Inc Content distribution and security USA
        Input Squared Systems developer UK
        Hedgehogweb IT support, multi-media and product development UK
        OffShorly Web systems integration and development Philippines
      • Legitimate Interest policy

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, which are registered limited companies in England, UK, providing specific educational resources and training for schools.
         
        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.
         
        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant, making them an important tool and benefit to schools and teachers.
         
        We have been sending educational communications to schools and teachers for some time, and we do consider it important to keep our database of schools and teachers up to date. The communications we send are professionally relevant communications, and will always be relevant to teachers in a specific job/role, or because our records show they are the right person for a certain set of decisions based on factors like their working role, level of seniority and responsibilities.
         
        The ‘at work’ contact information we might hold is: first and last name, work/school email address, job/role, past communications/correspondence, legal agreements (consents), Jigsaw Education Group training you may have received, responses to online surveys you participated in, sales information such as products your school has purchased from us. We obtain school contact details from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.
         
        We process data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA), the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR states that there are a number of methods we may use to legally process your data, we have chosen to process your data under Article 6(1) f – Legitimate Interest. In short, our legitimate interest in processing your data surrounds educational interest.
         
        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.
         
        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect the preferences of teachers and other contacts regarding these communications.
         
        We will ask for your consent for us to hold this data at the point of collection and might ask you to confirm that you are over the age of 18 to accept your consent.
         
        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately. 
         
        You can do this through emailing us at office@janlevergroup.com or by calling us on +44 (0) 1372 700745 or writing to us at Head Office, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8JB.
      • Legitimate Interest policy

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, which are registered limited companies in England, UK, providing specific educational resources and training for schools.
         
        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.
         
        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant, making them an important tool and benefit to schools and teachers.
         
        We have been sending educational communications to schools and teachers for some time, and we do consider it important to keep our database of schools and teachers up to date. The communications we send are professionally relevant communications, and will always be relevant to teachers in a specific job/role, or because our records show they are the right person for a certain set of decisions based on factors like their working role, level of seniority and responsibilities.
         
        The ‘at work’ contact information we might hold is: first and last name, work/school email address, job/role, past communications/correspondence, legal agreements (consents), Jigsaw Education Group training you may have received, responses to online surveys you participated in, sales information such as products your school has purchased from us. We obtain school contact details from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.
         
        We process data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA), the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR states that there are a number of methods we may use to legally process your data, we have chosen to process your data under Article 6(1) f – Legitimate Interest. In short, our legitimate interest in processing your data surrounds educational interest.
         
        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.
         
        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect the preferences of teachers and other contacts regarding these communications.
         
        We will ask for your consent for us to hold this data at the point of collection and might ask you to confirm that you are over the age of 18 to accept your consent.
         
        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately. 
         
        You can do this through emailing us at office@janlevergroup.com or by calling us on +44 (0) 1372 700745 or writing to us at Head Office, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8JB.
      • Legitimate Interest policy

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, which are registered limited companies in England, UK, providing specific educational resources and training for schools.
         
        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.
         
        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant, making them an important tool and benefit to schools and teachers.
         
        We have been sending educational communications to schools and teachers for some time, and we do consider it important to keep our database of schools and teachers up to date. The communications we send are professionally relevant communications, and will always be relevant to teachers in a specific job/role, or because our records show they are the right person for a certain set of decisions based on factors like their working role, level of seniority and responsibilities.
         
        The ‘at work’ contact information we might hold is: first and last name, work/school email address, job/role, past communications/correspondence, legal agreements (consents), Jigsaw Education Group training you may have received, responses to online surveys you participated in, sales information such as products your school has purchased from us. We obtain school contact details from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.
         
        We process data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA), the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR states that there are a number of methods we may use to legally process your data, we have chosen to process your data under Article 6(1) f – Legitimate Interest. In short, our legitimate interest in processing your data surrounds educational interest.
         
        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.
         
        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect the preferences of teachers and other contacts regarding these communications.
         
        We will ask for your consent for us to hold this data at the point of collection and might ask you to confirm that you are over the age of 18 to accept your consent.
         
        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately. 
         
        You can do this through emailing us at office@janlevergroup.com or by calling us on +44 (0) 1372 700745 or writing to us at Head Office, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8JB.
      • Legitimate Interest policy

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, which are registered limited companies in England, UK, providing specific educational resources and training for schools.
         
        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.
         
        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant, making them an important tool and benefit to schools and teachers.
         
        We have been sending educational communications to schools and teachers for some time, and we do consider it important to keep our database of schools and teachers up to date. The communications we send are professionally relevant communications, and will always be relevant to teachers in a specific job/role, or because our records show they are the right person for a certain set of decisions based on factors like their working role, level of seniority and responsibilities.
         
        The ‘at work’ contact information we might hold is: first and last name, work/school email address, job/role, past communications/correspondence, legal agreements (consents), Jigsaw Education Group training you may have received, responses to online surveys you participated in, sales information such as products your school has purchased from us. We obtain school contact details from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.
         
        We process data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA), the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR states that there are a number of methods we may use to legally process your data, we have chosen to process your data under Article 6(1) f – Legitimate Interest. In short, our legitimate interest in processing your data surrounds educational interest.
         
        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.
         
        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect the preferences of teachers and other contacts regarding these communications.
         
        We will ask for your consent for us to hold this data at the point of collection and might ask you to confirm that you are over the age of 18 to accept your consent.
         
        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately. 
         
        You can do this through emailing us at office@janlevergroup.com or by calling us on +44 (0) 1372 700745 or writing to us at Head Office, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8JB.
      • Legitimate Interest policy

        Jigsaw Education Group collectively refers to Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, which are registered limited companies in England, UK, providing specific educational resources and training for schools.
         
        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.
         
        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant, making them an important tool and benefit to schools and teachers.
         
        We have been sending educational communications to schools and teachers for some time, and we do consider it important to keep our database of schools and teachers up to date. The communications we send are professionally relevant communications, and will always be relevant to teachers in a specific job/role, or because our records show they are the right person for a certain set of decisions based on factors like their working role, level of seniority and responsibilities.
         
        The ‘at work’ contact information we might hold is: first and last name, work/school email address, job/role, past communications/correspondence, legal agreements (consents), Jigsaw Education Group training you may have received, responses to online surveys you participated in, sales information such as products your school has purchased from us. We obtain school contact details from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.
         
        We process data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA), the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The GDPR states that there are a number of methods we may use to legally process your data, we have chosen to process your data under Article 6(1) f – Legitimate Interest. In short, our legitimate interest in processing your data surrounds educational interest.
         
        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.
         
        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect the preferences of teachers and other contacts regarding these communications.
         
        We will ask for your consent for us to hold this data at the point of collection and might ask you to confirm that you are over the age of 18 to accept your consent.
         
        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately. 
         
        You can do this through emailing us at office@janlevergroup.com or by calling us on +44 (0) 1372 700745 or writing to us at Head Office, Thorncroft Manor, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 8JB.
      • Data Collection and Fair Usage Notice

        Jan Lever Group incorporates Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, UK-registered companies providing educational resources to schools.

        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.

        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to school and teachers.

        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect your preferences regarding these communications.

        The reason we are contacting you is because we hold information about you at your school (just your name, job role and school email) and we want to ensure that going forward you are happy for us to continue to hold that information and use it to contact you regarding training events, conferences, and other products in our portfolio. Any communications we send you will always be relevant to you in your professional capacity.
        The at-work contact information we hold about you is: your name, your at-work school email address and your job role.

        We process your data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.

        Your data is collected from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.

        We send email correspondence to teachers at their schools. This correspondence is always relevant to the job role, educational and provides real educational value to the school and teachers.

        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately.

      • Data Collection and Fair Usage Notice

        Jan Lever Group incorporates Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, UK-registered companies providing educational resources to schools.

        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.

        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to school and teachers.

        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect your preferences regarding these communications.

        The reason we are contacting you is because we hold information about you at your school (just your name, job role and school email) and we want to ensure that going forward you are happy for us to continue to hold that information and use it to contact you regarding training events, conferences, and other products in our portfolio. Any communications we send you will always be relevant to you in your professional capacity.
        The at-work contact information we hold about you is: your name, your at-work school email address and your job role.

        We process your data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.

        Your data is collected from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.

        We send email correspondence to teachers at their schools. This correspondence is always relevant to the job role, educational and provides real educational value to the school and teachers.

        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately.

      • Data Collection and Fair Usage Notice

        Jan Lever Group incorporates Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, UK-registered companies providing educational resources to schools.

        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.

        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to school and teachers.

        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect your preferences regarding these communications.

        The reason we are contacting you is because we hold information about you at your school (just your name, job role and school email) and we want to ensure that going forward you are happy for us to continue to hold that information and use it to contact you regarding training events, conferences, and other products in our portfolio. Any communications we send you will always be relevant to you in your professional capacity.
        The at-work contact information we hold about you is: your name, your at-work school email address and your job role.

        We process your data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.

        Your data is collected from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.

        We send email correspondence to teachers at their schools. This correspondence is always relevant to the job role, educational and provides real educational value to the school and teachers.

        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately.

      • Data Collection and Fair Usage Notice

        Jan Lever Group incorporates Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, UK-registered companies providing educational resources to schools.

        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.

        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to school and teachers.

        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect your preferences regarding these communications.

        The reason we are contacting you is because we hold information about you at your school (just your name, job role and school email) and we want to ensure that going forward you are happy for us to continue to hold that information and use it to contact you regarding training events, conferences, and other products in our portfolio. Any communications we send you will always be relevant to you in your professional capacity.
        The at-work contact information we hold about you is: your name, your at-work school email address and your job role.

        We process your data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.

        Your data is collected from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.

        We send email correspondence to teachers at their schools. This correspondence is always relevant to the job role, educational and provides real educational value to the school and teachers.

        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately.

      • Data Collection and Fair Usage Notice

        Jan Lever Group incorporates Jigsaw PSHE Ltd and Discovery RE Ltd, UK-registered companies providing educational resources to schools.

        Our role has not just been to provide resources/materials but also to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues to assist schools and teachers to provide help and support on an ongoing basis.

        We know most education staff in the UK rely on being kept up to date about new educational products, services, news and information to help them in their daily working lives at educational establishments. The communications we send always have an educational benefit and are seen to be professionally and educational relevant making them an important tool and benefit to school and teachers.

        We want to ensure that we understand and continue to respect your preferences regarding these communications.

        The reason we are contacting you is because we hold information about you at your school (just your name, job role and school email) and we want to ensure that going forward you are happy for us to continue to hold that information and use it to contact you regarding training events, conferences, and other products in our portfolio. Any communications we send you will always be relevant to you in your professional capacity.
        The at-work contact information we hold about you is: your name, your at-work school email address and your job role.

        We process your data in line with relevant laws including the UK’s Data Protection Act (DPA) and the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

        We endeavour to impart information about the curriculum and educational wide issues as well as our own training and conference events and other products in our portfolio.

        Your data is collected from conference/training events, exhibitions, marketing and promotions.

        We send email correspondence to teachers at their schools. This correspondence is always relevant to the job role, educational and provides real educational value to the school and teachers.

        You have a legal right to withdraw consent for the processing of your data and you can request it to be erased at any time; we will honour that immediately.

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