S65| Volume 24, SUPPLEMENT 1, S8, November 2021

Development and reliability of the Physical Literacy in Children Questionnaire (PL-C Quest): a self-report scale to assess children’s perceived physical literacy

      Objective: In 2017 Sport Australia led the development of a physical literacy definition for Australia. The associated Australian Physical Literacy Framework (APLF) (released in 2019) includes 30 elements within four domains (physical - 12 items, psychological - 7 items, social - 4 items and cognitive - 7 items), e.g. motivation is an element in the psychological domain and tactics is an element within the cognitive domain. It is important now to develop robust measurements which align with the APLF. This paper will: 1) briefly outline development of the Physical Literacy in Children Questionnaire (PL-C Quest) – a pictorial scale designed in 2020 to measure children’s perceived physical literacy and 2) report on reliability values for the PL-C Quest.
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