Jigsaw pupils are to get a whole range of new playground scooters after teacher Jack Barsby gave up much of his Easter holiday break for a sponsored cycle ride from London to Paris. Jack took on the challenge on his own and has so far raised more than £400.
A Gymnastics Festival organised by the Gymnastics Factory near Guildford has raised an amazing £1,720 for Jigsaw. Around 350 children of all ages put in some incredible performances in a fantastic day of activities and learned routines.
Our third Summer Fun Day featuring an It’s A Knockout competition is being held in Shalford Park near Guildford on Saturday July 7th – and we’re looking for teams to take part.
#JigsawJam beat all expectations as two extra acts joined the line-up at the last minute to provide a great night out at The Boileroom in Guildford, helping raise awareness of autism.
If a 5km or 10km walk through beautiful Surrey countryside appeals, how about joining the Annual Charity Walk from Shalford Park organised by the Rotary Club of Guildford District on May 13th?
Jigsaw’s London Marathon runner is making a final fundraising appeal as his total raised so far approaches £3,000 with just a few days left before the event. Chris Page has been inspired by the experiences of his cousin, Liam, at the school and subsequently at JigsawPlus.
Pupils were each given an Easter egg on the last day of term, thanks to the amazing generosity of listeners of Eagle Radio.
A very special guest paid a visit to Jigsaw just before Easter – a Tyrannosaurus Rex called Sophie! The amazingly life-like full-body costume, operated from the inside by a puppeteer, was part of a Life Long Ago workshop, run by Education Group.
Jigsaw has a busy few weeks ahead after gaining support for various World Autism Awareness initiatives from organisations across the Guildford and Cranleigh areas of Surrey.
Jigsaw recognised Sport Relief with a fun day packed with activities, healthy eating and arts & crafts.