The Jigsaw CABAS® School is an independent day school for children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder.
The School provides places for up to 60 pupils aged 4 - 19 and operates for 43 weeks per year divided into three terms. Pupils have individualised curriculum and comprehensive outreach programmes, delivered within one on one and group settings by a highly qualified specialist teaching team.
We have recently expanded our Assessment Classroom facilities and can now accept pupils across all Key Stages throughout the School Year. Please visit Jigsaw Admissions for information and dates on our next open mornings.
The School is supported by The Jigsaw Trust, a UK registered charity. The primary objective of the Trust is to improve the lives of those affected by autism through the provision of high quality, accessible, educational and wellbeing services.
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July 21st 2016
Jigsaw pupils and staff had a day of dressing in orange, decorating cakes – and their faces – doing a sponsored walk and lots more as they worked to raise money for Challengers, which provides play and other leisure activities for disabled children. They were able to learn about Challengers from Phoebe Day and Rhiannon Hopkin, who came into school to talk about the charity.
July 21st 2016
Visitors to the Squire’s Garden Centre in Milford have had a chance to learn about Jigsaw after the centre kindly invited us in to share information about the school with interested customers and sell tickets for the Summer Grand Draw 2016. Jigsaw has been chosen as the centre’s Charity of the Year 2015-2016, and we are hugely grateful for its enthusiastic support, which has ranged from an exclusive preview of its 4D Christmas grotto in December, to work experience for sixth-formers.