The Daily Mile are hosting their first national event day in schools, to get 1 million children moving across the country. As a school we have signed up to complete the run. Early Years and KS1 will be running a half mile and KS2 the whole mile.
In light of the events in the past year, children’s mental health, and its relation to physical activity, is more important than ever.
So while we can’t be together in person just yet, can we get 1 million of us moving at the same time?
We will be completing the Daily Mile between 09:00-15:00 on Friday 30th April 2021, along with the rest of the nation!
Participants have until midday on Friday to submit their scores and leader boards will be published later that day.
There will be separate leader boards for primary and secondary school children, and an Active Adult leader board so that teachers, parents and carers can get involved and represent the school too.
Home Learning Resources from Premier Sports:
Premier Sports Videos:
The sessions range from street dance to yoga and kids fitness to gymnastics, can be done inside and use little to no equipment. Parents can even join in with some of the skill challenges and dance routines -
Please sign up to the Specsavers ‘Virtual’ Sussex School Games 2020 at http://eepurl.com/gYEFSz
A new sport, and it’s four challenges per sport, will be published at 9.30am every Monday morning,
You can practise the challenge across the week to try and improve your score.
All scores go towards a weekly leaderboard.
Adults can also compete for St Wilfrid's.
Results need to be uploaded by midday each Friday.
Follow this link to find out all the sporting information in our locality, including fixtures and results.
PE is an important part of the wider curriculum at St Wilfrid's. We understand high quality PE helps boost children's confidence, builds teamwork skills and class togetherness and will help children begin a life long journey of sporting passion.