The Daily Mile is a free and simple children’s health initiative that involves nursery and primary school children running or jogging for 15 minutes every day.

We’ve put together a range of free resources below which we hope you will find helpful when implementing The Daily Mile.

Read on below

The aim of The Daily Mile is to improve the physical, emotional, social and mental health and wellbeing of our children – regardless of age, ability or personal circumstances. It is a profoundly simple but effective concept, which any primary or nursery school can implement completely free of charge and without the need for staff training. We have provided the resources below to help you make The Daily Mile a success in your school!

2021/2022 New Academic Year Resources for our Daily Mile community

I Spy Picture Sheet New Bingo Sheet  A3 School Year Calendar A4 School Year Calendar

The Daily Mile x Place2Be Mental Health Resource

Back to School Mental Health Resource

Other free resources for our Daily Mile community

 Previous Bingo Card Previous Bingo Certificate  Social Distancing Guidance for Schools

Flyer    Welcome Pack   Core Principles   Setting Up Guidance Keeping Your Daily Mile Fresh

The Benefits of Physical Activity   Your Stories   Ideas for at Home Learning Videos

What Children Say   What Staff Say   Why It Works   Letter for Parents   Letter to Teachers

Risk Assessment   Implementation Guidance  School Self Evaluation   Presentation 

Winter Festive Activities 

Using our name and logo

We love seeing schools and nurseries creating new and exciting resources that contain our brand. However, please note that “The Daily Mile” name and logo are trademarked. This means before anything is printed, distributed or shared online, it must be approved in writing by a member of The Daily Mile Foundation. If you would like to use our trademark, please complete the below Permissions Form and return it to

Permissions Form

For more information on fonts, logos, colours and more, please review our Brand Guidelines below.

Brand Guidelines

Still unsure?

If you have any queries about starting The Daily Mile at your school, please see our FAQs or contact us.