"EU ON THE MOVE" - Survey

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“EU ON THE MOVE” project with SURVEYS

“EU ON THE MOVE” project with SURVEYS

With EU on the Move project, we want to address this topic because physical inactivity became not only European, but a global public health problem and because beyond health, increasing participation in physical activity has multiple mental, social, economic and environmental benefits, especially in young age.

The main aim of the EU on the Move project is to increase awareness of the importance of physical activity among children aged 7-11 (elementary school students) by additionaly educating sport proffesionals (trainers, kinesiologists) and by implementing sport activities for children in schools/sport clubs/organizations in each partner country.

Main objectives of EU on the Move project are:

  • raise awareness of the importance of physical activity among children;
  • increase physical activity levels in children;
  • increase the proportion of children that participate in after-school sports activities;
  • additionaly educate sports professionals (trainers/kinesiologists) who work with children;
  • combine sport with culture/ecology/nutrition and educate children on the other values through sport.

According to Annex I of the European Union Work Plan for Sport (2014 – 2017) , one of the key topics Member States are invited to work on is Health-enhancing physical activity. The main idea is to encourage physical education in schools, including motor skills in early childhood, and to create valuable interactions with the sport sector, local authorities and the private sector, which is entirely in line with the objectives of the EU on the move project.

According to the Communication on Developing the European Dimension in Sport, time spent on sport and physical activity in education could be improved at a low cost both outside and inside the school curriculum. The quality of physical education programs and the qualifications of teachers involved remain a concern in a number of Member States. Cooperation between sports organizations and educational institutes is beneficial for both sectors. Furthermore, physical activity is one of the most important health determinants in modern society and can make a major contribution to the reduction of overweight and obesity and the prevention of a number of serious diseases. Sport constitutes a fundamental part of any public policy approach aiming at improving physical activity. There are large differences in physical activity levels and public approaches between the Member States and the concept of health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA), covering a variety of sectors as diverse as sport, health, education, transport, urban planning, public safety, and working environment, poses considerable challenges. Physical activity could be further encouraged in national educational systems from an early age. Transnational exchange of good practice to support the design and implementation of national physical activity guidelines has high EU added value and should be further developed. All of this is entirely in line with the objectives of the EU on the move project.

SURVEY PART [ENG]

We kindly ask you to fill survey separatelly regarding your status. We will mentioned bellow different surveys.

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE

1. PRIMARY SCHOOLS – Survey on national capacities for physical after-school activity practices – “EU on the Move” project

Find SURVEY on this LINK.

Physical inactivity has become not only European, but a global public health problem and beyond health, participation in physical activity has multiple mental, social, economic and environmental benefits, especially in young age. According to the Communication on Developing the European Dimension in Sport, time spent on sport and physical activity in education could be improved at low cost both outside and inside the school curriculum. Cooperation between sport organisations and educational institutes is beneficial for both sectors. Sport constitutes a fundamental part of any public policy approach aiming at improving physical activity which could be further encouraged in national educational systems from an early age.

The main aim of the EU on the Move project is to increase awareness of the importance of physical activity among children aged 7-11 by additionally educating sport professionals and by implementing sport activities for children in schools, sport clubs and organizations.
Fundamental activity of the project happens through training athletics, gymnastics, judo or other
sports, where children on fun and educational way learn the basic Olympic sports during the “after class” time in school while making it cost free.

We kindly ask you to answer the following questions and to let us know if you, as a school, are willing to implement the presented program for promoting sports activities among children as part of your extended stay/after class activities.

2. SPORTS CLUBS – Survey on national capacities for physical after-school activity practices – “EU on the Move” project

Find SURVEY on this LINK.

Physical inactivity has become not only European, but a global public health problem and beyond health, participation in physical activity has multiple mental, social, economic and environmental benefits, especially in young age.
According to the Communication on Developing the European Dimension in Sport, time spent on sport and physical activity in education could be improved at low cost both outside and inside the school curriculum. Cooperation between sport organisations and educational institutes is beneficial for both sectors. Sport constitutes a fundamental part of any public policy approach aiming at improving physical activity which could be further encouraged in national educational systems from an early age.

The main aim of the EU on the Move project is to increase awareness of the importance of physical activity among children aged 7-11 by additionally educating sport professionals and by implementing sport activities for children in schools, sport clubs and organizations.
Fundamental activity of the project happens through training athletics, gymnastics, judo or other
sports, where children on fun and educational way learn the basic Olympic sports during the “after class” time in school while making it cost free.

We kindly ask you to answer the following questions and to let us know if you, as a sport club/organisation, are willing to participate in the presented program for promoting sports activities among children as part of extended stay/after class activities in schools?

EU ON THE MOVE – ANKETA [BIH]

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1. OSNOVNE ŠKOLE – Istraživanje nacionalnih kapaciteta za fizičke aktivnosti tokom produženog boravka / izvannastavnih aktivnosti – Erasmus+ Sport projekt “EU ON THE MOVE”

Na ovom LINKU možete pronaći ANKETU.

Tjelesna neaktivnost postala je ne samo europski, već i globalni javno-zdravstveni problem. Osim zdravlja, sudjelovanje u fizičkoj aktivnosti ima višestruke mentalne, socijalne, ekonomske i ekološke koristi, posebno tijekom odrastanja. Vrijeme provedeno u sportu i tjelesnim aktivnostima tijekom obrazovanja moglo bi se poboljšati i provoditi po niskim troškovima, kako izvan tako i unutar školskog kurikuluma. Suradnja između sportskih organizacija i obrazovnih ustanova korisna je za oba sektora. Sport je temeljni dio svakog pristupa javnoj politici s ciljem poboljšanja tjelesne aktivnosti koji bi se u nacionalnim obrazovnim sustavima mogao poticati od rane dobi.
 
Glavni cilj projekta EU u pokretu je povećati svijest o važnosti tjelesne aktivnosti djece u dobi od 7 do 11 godina dodatnim obrazovanjem sportskih profesionalaca i provođenjem sportskih aktivnosti za djecu u školama, sportskim klubovima i organizacijama.
Temeljna aktivnost projekta odvija se kroz treniranje atletike, gimnastike, juda ili drugih sportova, gdje djeca na zabavan i edukativni način uče osnovne olimpijske sportove za vrijeme nastave u školi, čineći to besplatno.

Ljubazno vas molimo da odgovorite na sljedeća pitanja i izjasnite se da li ste kao škola voljni provoditi predstavljeni program za promociju sportskih aktivnosti među djecom kao dio produženog boravka / nakon nastave.

2. SPORTSKI KLUBOVI – Istraživanje nacionalnih kapaciteta za fizičke aktivnosti tokom produženog boravka / izvannastavnih aktivnosti – Erasmus+ Sport projekt “EU ON THE MOVE”

Na ovom LINKU možete pronaći ANKETU.

Tjelesna neaktivnost postala je ne samo europski, već i globalni javno-zdravstveni problem. Osim zdravlja, sudjelovanje u fizičkoj aktivnosti ima višestruke mentalne, socijalne, ekonomske i ekološke koristi, posebno tijekom odrastanja. Vrijeme provedeno u sportu i tjelesnim aktivnostima tijekom obrazovanja moglo bi se poboljšati i provoditi po niskim troškovima, kako izvan tako i unutar školskog kurikuluma. Suradnja između sportskih organizacija i obrazovnih ustanova korisna je za oba sektora. Sport je temeljni dio svakog pristupa javnoj politici s ciljem poboljšanja tjelesne aktivnosti koji bi se u nacionalnim obrazovnim sustavima mogao poticati od rane dobi.
 
Glavni cilj projekta EU u pokretu je povećati svijest o važnosti tjelesne aktivnosti djece u dobi od 7 do 11 godina dodatnim obrazovanjem sportskih profesionalaca i provođenjem sportskih aktivnosti za djecu u školama, sportskim klubovima i organizacijama.
Temeljna aktivnost projekta odvija se kroz treniranje atletike, gimnastike, juda ili drugih sportova, gdje djeca na zabavan i edukativni način uče osnovne olimpijske sportove za vrijeme nastave u školi, čineći to besplatno.

Ljubazno vas molimo da odgovorite na sljedeća pitanja i izjasnite se da li ste kao sportski klub / organizacija spremni sudjelovati u predstavljenom programu za promociju sportskih aktivnosti među djecom u sklopu produženog boravka / nakon nastave u školama?