The Daily Mile™ Resources Welcome to our resources section of The Daily Mile. These are only available for download to registered schools in the county. They are designed to support your delivery and development of The Daily Mile. LATEST RESOURCE - Destinations Resource Whatever your journey looks like this year, let The Daily Mile Destinations help you along the way, keeping pupils, fit, focused and flourishing - the journey is in your hands. You can start at any time, there are 100 days to complete. 15 minutes each day, 15 countries to visit and 15 stickers for your class to collect. Enjoy the journey! These resources are all downloadable here We also have 50 Destinations Resource Packs which contain the key resources to start you off (pack includes an A1 school poster, class passports, fact sheets and stickers). Individual destination fact sheets and certificates can be downloaded. Please contact either Anna -[email protected] or Alana - [email protected] or click here to request. ‘Get to Know Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’ Series Learn about your local area through our new ‘Get to Know Series’ of resources, which use virtual Landmark Maps of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough to find out about points of interest within the area. They come complete with a supporting Factsheet for children (and families) to do as an individual challenge or motivator. Share this with the children at home as well as with the children still in school. Each time children run, jog or walk a mile they tick off a box on the map to the next landmark. During the leg to each local landmark the children are encouraged to find out more about it and write 2 of these facts down on the factsheet. Both are designed to take 30 days, if a child does a mile each day – so a half-term at least. Download Get to Know CambridgeshireDownload Get to Know Peterborough London Landmark Tracker Support the London Marathon by using our new London Landmark resource. Capture the enthusiasm of the London Marathon with your children by doing a tour of London’s famous landmarks. The A3 map has 17 landmarks, so takes 6 weeks (a half-term) if you do The Daily Mile 3 times a week. Just tick off a location each day in order to complete a loop of London’s famous landmarks. Download the London Landmarks Tracker. Why not add in your own intra-school challenge using the resource, i.e. which class does the most miles whilst visiting the landmarks? The Daily Mile with Social Distancing or At Home The Daily Mile Foundation has produced some ideas to support the return to school including ideas for continuing The Daily Mile whilst social distancing. https://thedailymile.co.uk/back-to-school/ For those children learning at home they also have some The Daily Mile at home resources thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/ The Daily Mile Assembly Resource This is a game based interactive resource, ideal for introducing The Daily Mile to the children! It also includes a link to the county video of The Daily Mile with Paralympian Lauren Steadman. Download Living Sport Children's Assembly. The Daily Mile Certificates These have been created by The Daily Mile Foundation and are a great incentive for children and can be edited for 7 different categories: Most Enthusiastic Pupil Most Determined Pupil Most Supportive Pupil Most Improved Pupil Most Dedicated Pupil Most Sociable Pupil Happiest Pupil They can be downloaded here. The Daily Mile Setting Up Guidance and Core Principles These provide guidance on best practice for introducing The Daily Mile and have been proven to really help embed delivery into the school day. They can be downloaded here (setting up guidance) and here (core principles) as well as on The Daily Mile website. The Benefits of Physical Activity This is a new resource produced by The Daily Mile Foundation which is great for demonstrating how regularly taking part in The Daily Mile impacts upon children’s physical health, mental health and well-being, and their learning evidenced through research. Download a copy here. The Daily Mile Refresh Ideas Want some fresh ideas around The Daily Mile to give your staff and children a boost? These concept Refresh Ideas can be dipped into as and when needed. The Daily Mile Christmas Challenge – Laps to Lapland This an exciting new resource in the countdown to Christmas to support The Daily Mile. Track the journey from your school to Lapland using the resources provided. Get your reindeer back to the North Pole in time for Christmas! How does it work?Simply search how many miles it is from your school to Lapland – don’t worry if it seems impossible!With the simple formula below, everyone can get there using their ‘map-miles’ equivalent. Get your children to help work it out:(a) Miles from school to Lapland(b) Number of school days left in the term(c) a / b = the number of ‘Map Miles’ that each Daily Mile counts for (1 collective Daily Mile completed = 1 map-mile)(d) Set as a school or a class challenge The Resources- An electronic version of the ‘Laps to Lapland’ wall map to print to the size of your choice, with space to put in milestones along the way. Download Laps to Lapland Map.– Santa’s Instruction Card for the children and a separate electronic reindeer to be named by the children & move up the map as Daily Miles are completed. Download Laps to Lapland Info and reindeer. The Daily Mile in the Community Have you heard of Junior parkrun? These are a great chance for your keen runners to take The Daily Mile to the next step! They are a 2k event for juniors only (4-14 year olds). They are open to everyone; they are free, safe and easy to take part in. For further details of a Junior Parkrun near you click here Junior Parkrun. The Daily Mile Case Studies Find out how the following schools have implemented The Daily Mile into the school day and the impact it has had on the school staff, the children and their families. Beach Babies Nursery Bury CofE Primary School Samuel Pepys School Winyates School Take a look here at how primary schools across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough ran The Daily Mile in support of Global Running Day on the 6th June 2019. The Daily Mile Logo and 'The Daily Mile' name are trademarks belonging to The Daily Mile Foundation, Hawkslease, Chapel Lane, Lyndhurst. 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