Jigsaw recognised Sport Relief with a fun day packed with activities, healthy eating and arts & crafts.
Pupils from Ripley Court School have paid a very welcome visit to Jigsaw to carry out a special job – officially opening The Cauliflower Cabin, a new potting shed for our Horticulture Project.
We regret to advise that the Cycle Track Challenge due to be held on Sunday March 18th has been postponed.
Do your bit for the planet by recycling everything from clothes and mobile phones to stamps and empty ink cartridges – and raise money for Jigsaw at the same time!
If you are a keen swimmer and looking for a new challenge then why not take to the waters of the famous Serpentine lake in London’s Hyde Park?
Jigsaw supporters can now raise money for the Trust while they shop online – with very little effort and at no cost. Jigsaw has registered with Give As You Live, an online fundraising service supported by more than 4,200 stores, including Amazon, eBay, M&S and travel specialist Expedia.
Jigsaw pupils got first-hand information on police work when our local Police Community Support Officers paid a very welcome return visit.
We were delighted to welcome Derek Paravicini back to the School recently to perform for pupils (and staff) . As always, Derek’s performance was highly interactive, encouraging pupils to make requests and join in sing-a-longs. He also impressed by playing in a variety of musical styles.
Jigsaw School teacher, Jack Barsby, is aiming to cycle from London to Paris to raise money for extra classroom resources – and he is seeking sponsorship towards his target of £1,000.
If you’re shopping in Waitrose in York Road in Guildford please make sure you get your green Community Matters tokens at the check-out and put them in the Jigsaw collecting box on your way out!