To make it easy for you to implement The Daily Mile, we’ve put together everything you need to get started – a general information booklet; a sample of parent, teacher and child feedback; a template letter for parents/carers; and an example risk assessment.

Read on below

If you have any queries about starting The Daily Mile at your school, please see our FAQs, ask on our Twitter or Facebook, or even reach out to Elaine directly.

If you feel additional/alternative resources would be helpful, please do let us know!

Our Resources

The Daily Mile Booklet What Children Like

Teachers’ Advice The Daily Mile Presentation

Parental Evaluations Risk Assessment

Letter To Parents A5 Flyer


Growing evidence suggests that doing The Daily Mile is a simple, fun and effective way to improve children’s wider health and wellbeing, in addition to their physical fitness.

Check out The Coppermile Report to learn how children’s fitness, behaviour, personal self-efficacy and SATS results improved after doing The Daily Mile for 3 months.

The Coppermile Report

This research was carried out by Fitmedia Fitness on behalf of the London Playing Fields Foundation.