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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May 26th 2016
Some Jigsaw pupils have had an exciting, unusual – and challenging – outing: a visit to the Boeing 747 jumbo jet parked on Dunsfold Business Park. The short trip from school along the perimeter road took the small group to an extraordinary educational and familiarisation experience. One parent said, “The concept of a school taking the trouble to acclimatise a child to a plane is just off the scale. Thanks so much.” The 747 is fully fitted out inside, so the pupils got a good introduction to the challenging experience of being an airline passenger.
May 26th 2016
Jigsaw pupils learnt about Shakespeare, Charlotte Bronte, Roald Dahl and Beatrix Potter in the run-up to half term as History Week focused on Literary Greats. Activities ranged from learning key facts to listening to and commenting on songs from Jane Eyre: The Musical, special food tech sessions (involving Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!), and making a big piece of artwork of Peter Rabbit, which most pupils contributed to with painting, collage or cutting out.