Weekend School

Enfield County Lower School
Rosemary Avenue


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Bus: 191, W8, W9

Train: Gordon Hill or Enfield Town


Fees (3-6 years)

£152 per term (£38 a month on direct debit spread over the year)

£116 for second child, £76 for third child

New students are invited to do an initial two-week trial for £30.  This is deducted from the fees when you book for the rest of the term.

Fees (7-18 years)

£284 per term (£71 a month on direct debit spread over the year)

£213 for second child, £142 for third child

New students are invited to do an initial two-week trial for £60.  This is deducted from the fees when you book for the rest of the term.


Term Times

Spring Term 2021

Saturday 23rd January – 27th March 2021



Summer Term 2021

Saturday 1st May – 10th July 2021

Class Times

Saturday Morning

3 - 4 year olds:

9.30am – 11.00am
11.30am – 1.00pm

5 - 6 year olds:

9.30am – 11.00am
11.30am – 1.00pm

7 - 18 year olds:

10.00am – 1.00pm


Each school has its own manager who is a key member of the Jigsaw Arts team. The manager coordinates teachers, students and parents to ensure we have a safe, professional and smooth-running school.

Jigsaw Arts managers have a teaching and/or a performing background. In addition to their individual experience, all managers are trained by Jigsaw  to provide each school with a first-class consistent service. In larger schools an assistant is also provided.


The students are coached by fully trained tutors who are well organised, energetic and passionate about teaching.

Jigsaw Arts takes every care when selecting new teachers for its schools. They all have experience in teaching or a formal qualification, with many still working professionally in the performing arts industry. All teachers have a DBS check and attend Jigsaw Arts teacher training sessions to provide consistent tutoring across our schools.

All schools are regularly inspected by Jigsaw Arts’ head office management team, to ensure that the quality of teaching is consistent.

Discipline policy

Jigsaw Arts requires all students to behave in a disciplined and professional manner. Students are expected to be punctual and committed to the course to achieve their full potential.

Students who have the desire to succeed in the performing arts industry need to learn the importance of self-discipline and hard work. Jigsaw Arts will remove from classes any student whose behaviour is deemed inappropriate, disrespectful or disruptive to other students and teachers.

Jigsaw manager Barnet

School Manager

Jo has been working for Jigsaw since 2000. She currently manages two weekend schools. Jo has 16 years experience of working with children. She has completed special needs and child protection training and loves to combine her childcare experience with her passion for the performing arts.

Jigsaw Performing Arts school teacher

Singing Teacher

Megan has been performing ever since she was a toddler, starring in short films and in the West End. Currently studying performance and applied theatre at the University of East London, Megan regularly performs to communities where she is able to help less fortunate people through the use of drama! After finishing her degree Megan wishes to pursue her dream to become a qualified secondary school drama teacher.

Jigsaw Performing Arts School Teacher

Dance Teacher

Audrey graduated with a BA in Dance from the University of North Carolina, USA. She also did a semester abroad at Middlesex University. Since living in London, Audrey has performed and choreographed for many dance companies. She has taught various dance styles to many age groups and is also a qualified Zumba Instructor and Cheerleading Coach.

Performing Arts Teacher

Rona is a passionate talented Actor and Director. Since graduating from Theatre studies at University of East London Rona has not only taken part in a range of performances she has also facilitated fun and engaging drama workshops for children and young people.

Krystina Westall

Performing Arts Teacher

Krystina trained at Bodywork Company Dance Studios in Cambridge on their 3 Year Musical Theatre Course. She has worked professionally on stage and screen and teaches dance and drama for Performing Arts schools across London. She is currently studying towards her DDE qualifications in Modern Theatre with the ISTD. Krystina is delighted to be joining the team at Jigsaw Enfield.

Jigsaw Performing Arts Teacher

Drama teacher

certificates and medals


Students are awarded certificates at the end of every year that they attend. We are rewarding commitment and effort rather than ability as we feel every student has personal objectives within the course. Students who reach 3 years or more are then awarded medals every year.


During our technique term, students concentrate on building and improving their skills, exploring many areas of the performing arts. During this term, parents will be given a written report on their child’s progress. The school manager is also available for ongoing verbal feedback.