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Passport for Life

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Passport for Life supports the awareness, assessment, development and advancement of physical literacy among students and teachers. The four components of physical literacy that the Passport assesses are Active Participation, Living Skills, Fitness Skills and Movement Skills.


overview graphic of assessment components

Passport for Life uses an online platform to input and house student data for each component (Active Participation, Living Skills, Fitness Skills and Movement Skills).




Each student will:

  • Complete motivating and inclusive assessments 
  • Receive a Passport reporting individual data on each completed assessment that includes suggestions about how to improve their physical literacy.


Teachers will use Passport for Life’s online platform to:

  • Input and manage the data for each student and class in the program, 
  • Connect to the health and physical education programs of study in their jurisdiction, and
  • Access a comprehensive Teacher's Guide that includes:
    • tools, guidelines, and instructional strategies for completing the assessments; 
    • guides to help interpret and use the results; and
    • ideas and resources to provide individualized attention and information to help students set goals and work towards continued improvement of physical literacy.

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