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. There is a 1:1 staffing ratio with all pupils receiving an individualised curriculum and comprehensive outreach programme, delivered 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 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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Latest News

Sarah climbs Kilimanjaro for Jigsaw

Sarah climbs Kilimanjaro for Jigsaw

May 21st 2015

The most unusual half-term break prize must go to Jigsaw Curriculum Coordinator Sarah Brown, who is trekking to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise money for Jigsaw Trust. Sarah, her husband and two friends are tackling the highest mountain in Africa, at 5,895 metres (19,340 feet). Any sponsorship will be very gratefully received via http://www.justgiving.com/kilimanjarosarahbrown.

Jigsaw achieves Nepal appeal target

Jigsaw achieves Nepal appeal target

May 21st 2015

Jigsaw has achieved its target of £590 for a shelter kit for a family made homeless by the recent earthquake in Nepal. Well over £400 was raised by the recent school mufti day, when everyone made a £1 donation and raised more money by buying cakes made by parents and staff and clients of Jigsaw+ adult services. Since then families and friends of Jigsaw have topped up the total to the amount needed for a Shelterbox.