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

Musical genius Derek Paravicini marks Autism Awareness Day with Jigsaw

Musical genius Derek Paravicini marks Autism Awareness Day with Jigsaw

April 23rd 2015

Jigsaw celebrated World Autism Awareness Day in style by hosting a concert by one of the most extraordinary pianists of his generation, Derek Paravicini – who is blind and has autism and severe learning difficulties. The Derek Paravicini Quartet played tracks from their new album and audience requests – and Derek was even joined at the piano by Jigsaw School pupil Jamie for an impromptu duet! The event, organised with Cranleigh Arts Centre, was hailed as ‘fantastic’ by Jigsaw Trust Chief Executive Kate Grant, who said it would help raise awareness and understanding of autism.

Cranleigh Parish Boundary Challenge

Cranleigh Parish Boundary Challenge

April 22nd 2015

Jigsaw is teaming up with Cranleigh Rotary Club and other local organisations to put on the Cranleigh Parish Boundary Challenge. The 23-mile course can be run or walked as an individual entrant or as part of a relay team. It will be held on Sunday 17 May.