Instructions for use

Children and parents

Take time to look at your scores

After entering your age, birthdate and sex into the interactive report document, your fitness data will be uploaded and compared to data compiled from the fitness of children all across Europe. You can then save your report for your records, to see how your fitness improves over the years. It is important to discuss the results of the interactive report with exercise professionals (like your physical education teacher) and also people close to you, like your doctor, parents or anyone else you choose.

Together, your family, friends and professionals can help you maintain good health habits, and help you stay motivated to continue to move and engage in physical activity as you grow up.

Do take time to look at your scores, read the report, and understand what each score means. If you have any questions, be sure to talk to your teacher or health care professional for further insights into your results.

Make a report


Make interactive group report 

After you have made your interactive or group report, take a few moments to read through the results and check if the report makes sense. If there are values that seem very low or very high, it is a good idea to double-check whether the data entry for that student was correct, or if any other results appear unexpected. 

These reports provide valuable information on the health status of the student and class, and can be an invaluable resource into how teachers can plan, devise and execute their class curriculum. If there are systematic weaknesses in a given area for many members of a class (e.g. low musculo-skeletal values, poor overall aerobic fitness, or a trend for increased BMI values), these results may inform how you choose adequate activities for that class. 

Be aware that you are an integral part of the successful interpretation of the data within the report, and it’s a good idea to discuss the results with your class, both in general terms, and with individual students as well, especially those who may have questions about certain test scores, or may need to be further engaged to foster better connections in improving their own physical literacy. Moreover, inform other teachers, parents and school or student doctor on interventions required.

Make report

How to read a report?

The interactive report is set up so that the results of each anthropometric or fitness test is shown in detail along a sliding scale corresponding to the value of the test.

Individual physical fitness test values are compared to European levels.

Health risk assessments are given based on available scientific evidence for that test.

There are also some recommendations for physical fitness status – for example, how to reach or maintan the healthy level of physical fitness? This information is conveyed to the reader through the use of colour-coded feedback and icons.




The green zone means that the child’s data is within a healthy range.


The yellow zone means that some improvements should be made to this item.


The red zone means significant improvement is necessary in order to prevent current or future health risks to the child’s overall health and well-being.


Additional information

  • If the user would like more information about the test being used, they can click on the little information button on the left-hand side of the report next to the name of the test. A short description will pop up to give the user some additional information on what the test is, and what it is measuring.
  • In the middle of the page, health risk categories will display an emoji face icon to illustrate in which zone the child’s results are located. Points below the emoji denote the rank within EU population (e.g. 45 points indicate that the child has scored higher in this test than 45% of children of the same sex and age across EU).
  • On the right-hand side of the report there is a more detailed information of the implications for health.
  • For more feedback, parents can follow the advice of the physical education teacher or share results with the child’s doctor.

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