"Quality criteria and outcome standards for Physical Education and School Sport" is the theme of the 4th CEREPS Meeting, a Conseil Européen des Recherches en Education Physique et Sportive's initiative, which is having place from 30 June to 3 July at the Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. CEREPS is a European wide non-profit research network that is concerned with the development and cooperation of joint projects in the field of school and club sport for children and adolescents in the EU.

EuPEO coordination and UNESCO headquarters will discuss the Potential of current Quality Physical Education Transnational Monitoring Systems and propose opportunities for cooperation between the future European Physical Education Observatory and the UNESCO project on Quality Physical Education. At this point, the discussing will be about the possibilities of dissemination to other continents/regions around the world.

Hungarian School Sport Federation (HSSF) is the main civil organization in the field of youth sport and education in Hungary.

The Federation, founded in 1987, went through a major transformation in 2012, extending its mission beyond school sport: HSSF decided to support teachers to implement quality physical education, and to promote health-conscious, future-oriented lifestyle through regular physical education and fitness assessment.

EuPEO project partners already finished the data collection on indicators of quality Physical Education, School Sport and School-based Physical Activity for validation of European Country Questionnaire (ECQ), European School Questionnaire (ESQ) and the Nacional External Learning Assessment System (NELAS) in Physical Education.
 
All Nacional Reports are complete and now is time to reflect on and improve all these questionnaires as well collect relevant information to build the EuPEO Pupil’s Questionnaire (EPQ) proposal. The end of the EuPEO´s project 1st phase is coming !!
 
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