Cycling for autistic young people at Alice Holt Forest

A group of young people on the autistic spectrum get so much out of the cycling at Alice Holt Forest. Although many can't speak, you don't have to guess what cycling means to them, their faces say it all!

Cycling is a great way for anyone to engage with their environment, with other people and as a form of exercise. The young people and their teachers at Jigsaw School are no exception.

Jigsaw School is an independent day school for young people with autistic spectrum and related communication disorders set up by a group of parents. The school already has a structured curriculum and is keen to arrange off-site activities to enhance the experience of its pupils.

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