How To Start The Daily Mile?
It’s simple: Get outside and run!
It is not mandatory for schools to invest in a running track in order to take part in The Daily Mile. However, as the PE & Sports Premium encourages children to engage in regular physical activity, many schools choose to invest in a Daily Mile track.
Wet pour and rubber mulch tracks are non-slip and porous, so you don’t have to worry about puddles and can continue The Daily Mile through winter. As they are laid in-situ, they can also be tailored to your space and budgets.
You can learn more about the different types of tracks Billy Bounce provides here.
While we hope this has answered some of the most popular questions about The Daily Mile, and you can find out more about The Daily Mile movement here. If you have other questions or are interested in a free site visit our quick quote, please just get in touch.