Miles in May


Join us for the ‘Miles in May’ challenge; trying to see how many miles we can run, walk or cycle in May. We as a Federation want to see how many miles we can collectively achieve during the month; you may want to compete against certain teachers, friends, tutor groups and Houses in this challenge.

Weekly updates will be shared to track our progress; all you need to do is send your totals to your class teacher (Lower School) or Miss Crawford-Smith (Middle School) via Dojo or simply add your own results using the link below. Each class has a separate page to record individual miles every day.

It is really easy to monitor your miles through your smartphone using health apps e.g. Strava, a smart watch e.g. Fitbit, using google maps to work out your route or by using the movement average of your space (based on the UK average size of a garden – 107 laps of a garden = 1 mile).

Please note that this is not compulsory to complete. We’re aware that some people may be self-isolating and others may not have the resources available etc. If you’re completing miles outside of your home during your daily exercise time, please make sure you follow government guidelines to stay safe.

We’re using this concept to encourage physical activity whilst also creating a sense of school community whilst we’re away. How far around the world can we get?