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.

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

Jigsaw is Recruiting!

Jigsaw is Recruiting!

December 05th 2014

Join our outstanding Jigsaw staff team!  Jigsaw is recruiting for a range of positions across the Trust, from teachers to IT support, Learning Support Workers (Adult Services) through to a Fundraising/Events Co-ordinator and Café Assistant. Jigsaw offers a dynamic and positive working environment and the opportunity to make a real impact on the lives of people diagnosed with autism. Please visit our dedicated careers website at http://www.careersatjigsaw.co.uk.

John Inverdale opens Early Years Play Area

John Inverdale opens Early Years Play Area

December 03rd 2014

TV and radio sports presenter John Inverdale has formally opened Jigsaw’s new Early Years Play Area thanks to a magnificent donation of £10,710 from Wooden Spoon, a charity set up by the rugby world. As President of the Surrey Region he visited the school with representatives of Wooden Spoon and Wentworth Golf Club, one of its supporters. The donation meant that Jigsaw was able to provide sensory play facilities and multi-coloured fencing for pupils aged 4-7.