The Daily Mile

DailyMile-Logo-Main-RGBThe Daily Mile started in September 2016. It was initially piloted by KS2 with KS1 joining in the second half of the Autumn term.

Our Aims:

All children will be able to run a mile by the time they leave Year 6.

Children will be physically and mentally fit.runner

Children will be more resilient and have a positive attitude towards health and fitness.

How does it work?

The children will be walking, jogging or running for 15 minutes each day around the new all-weather track running around our playground and field.

Over the summer holidays the all-weather track was installed around the school field and continuing the path around the tarmac playground. The combined length will mean 5 laps is equivalent to 1 mile. It has proven to be a huge success so far this term, as illustrated in the Word Cloud below made up of children’s comments about the Daily Mile.

DailyMile - ChildfeedbackNov16

The images below show the new track and children enjoying their first taste of the Daily Mile.

For further information please read the documents below, outlining the Daily Mile origins at St Ninian’s Primary School and our plans for Seaton Primary’s Daily Mile.

The Daily Mile Blog

Paul Johns is taking on the challenge to raise awareness and funds for CLIC Sargent, a charity that provides cancer support for the young.
8 September 2016
A few photos of the Year 6s enjoying The Daily Mile!
Today KS2 took part in the Daily Mile challenge, which the children met with enthusiasm.
This week the Edspace team have been busy at work and have made excellent progress with our new track!
Check the 'Daily Mile & Dance' page over the holidays, to see how the new track is coming along ready for September.
Designed & developed by Hambly Freeman