Schools' Challenge | Vitality North London Half

Schools' Challenge

Schools' Challenge

Kids don't need to miss out!

KIDS don’t need to miss out on all the fun!

The Vitality North London Half Schools’ Challenge is open to primary schoolchildren of all ages and abilities so get set to take the Vitality North London Half Marathon Schools’ Challenge on Sunday 12th March!

Pupils aged between 4 – 11 years will cover the whole 13.1 miles by running a mile a week, achieved and verified at school, running the final mile of their half marathon with their teachers on the big day, finishing their epic challenge INSIDE Wembley Stadium connected by EE!

Not only will they experience a home crowd cheering them on, but they’ll receive a Vitality North London Half Marathon medal and goody bag! As well as a fantastic story to tell by being part of Vitality North London Half Marathon Schools' Challenge!

The perfect way to join in and experience a healthy and active lifestyle!


  • A personal race number
  • Race t-shirt to wear on the day
  • An EPIC winner’s medal
  • A goody bag

Entry fee?

  • £10 per child

How to enter?

  • All entries are managed through the local primary schools. If you have any further queries, please contact your School Organiser, or email

The Schools’ Challenge will begin directly after the main race. Children will be supervised at all times by CRB checked staff.


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