We are absolutely thrilled to announce pupils have been awarded a GOLD certificate for their ‘Jigsaw’s Technicolour Coat’ garden display in this year’s Guildford in Bloom competition.
Following a year of fundraising for chosen charity of the year, Born Free Foundation, staff and pupils dressed up as their favourite wild animal to welcome Born Free to the school for their finale assembly and presentations.
Fun and games with Graham Fisher International’s ‘It’s a Knockout’ course recently as teams battled against each other on the classic inflatable course whilst raising money for charity!
Ripley Court School pupils held another wonderful sponsored walk in support of Jigsaw and fellow charity, Cherry Trees.
Well done to all our pupils who have helped create this year’s Guildford in Bloom display. Judging took place on a, thankfully, sunny day last week with results being announced in due course.
6 staff from Jigsaw attended the recent ABAI Conference in Chicago (during half term) meeting up with colleagues from around the globe as well as CABAS® Senior Research Scientist and Jigsaw’s senior consultant Dr. R Douglas Greer.
Following an incredibly generous donation of £7,600 from St Faith’s Trust, Jigsaw’s pupils can now enjoy an exciting new addition to one of their playgrounds.
Learners across Jigsaw join our local community of Cranleigh to help set a World Record!! 3,646 painted pebbles displayed in the centre of Cranleigh. The number to beat was 1,150!
Jigsaw Supervisors, Kate Hewett and Edi Middleton along with Master Teacher, Natalie Leow-Dyke are aiming to raise £2,500 towards a Wet Room installation for staff to teach pupils vital daily living skills in a specifically designed space.
What an amazing event! With 42 teams taking part and over 200 swimmers participating, this year’s Horsham Lions Swimarathon drew in big crowds and saw a number of records broken.