Jigsaw aims to turn Surrey blue!

Jigsaw aims to turn Surrey blue!

February 04th 2016

Jigsaw is aiming to turn Surrey blue on 2 April to mark World Autism Awareness Day, established in 2008 after a UN Declaration. Jigsaw is inviting companies, schools, public bodies and individuals to light or decorate their premises in blue, dress in blue, turn their Facebook pages blue – anything to show support for the start of Autism Awareness Month. Local organisations are already committing to the day – including the magnificent Guildford Cathedral, which will be floodlit in blue for five nights. Jigsaw can provide leaflets, posters, presentations and other support. Full details are at http://www.lightitupblue.co.uk.

Jigsaw teachers get marathon motivation

Jigsaw teachers get marathon motivation

February 04th 2016

Jigsaw teachers Hayley Wadham and Liz Ruff are aiming to run the Brighton Marathon on 17 April to raise money for Jigsaw – and they have a special incentive: an amazingly generous supporter has offered to match all the sponsorship they raise. The two lead teachers started training for the 26 miles more or less from scratch last summer and have already raised well over £500. All they have to do now is get to the finish! Further donations can be made at https://www.justgiving.com/because-26point3-would-be-crazy.

Jigsaw Promotes a Safer Internet

Jigsaw Promotes a Safer Internet

February 02nd 2016

Play your part for a better internet!

Parents and carers play a key role in supporting children to learn about how to stay safe online, click above to find out more information about some of the parent controls available.

Think of Jigsaw if you shop at Sainsbury’s!

Think of Jigsaw if you shop at Sainsbury’s!

January 28th 2016

Do you shop at Sainsbury’s? If so, it’s now handing out Active Kids vouchers again to customers – and we can put them to good use! We can swap the vouchers for sports and cooking equipment for the benefit of pupils, from a wide-ranging catalogue. The scheme runs until 6 May.