Beijing, January 18 the Beijing Municipal Education Commission held a news conference on January 18 to comprehensively strengthen and improve school physical education in the new era. It mentioned that it would increase physical education hours, establish students’ personalized electronic health records and other specific measures, so as to ensure that students can participate in more than one hour of physical education exercise inside and outside the school every day. < / P > < p > at the press conference on the same day, Beijing Municipal Education Commission issued the “20 measures to strengthen primary and secondary school sports and enhance students’ physical health in Beijing” and related work programs. The “20 items” issued on that day include building a scientific and reasonable school physical education system; increasing physical education class hours to ensure extracurricular exercise time; cultivating students’ habit of daily physical exercise; strengthening the construction of physical education teachers through multiple channels to support coaches, retired athletes and other high-level talents to teach in primary and secondary schools; speeding up the solution to the shortage of sports venues in some schools, etc. < / P > < p > among them, it is clear that we should have enough physical education classes. Primary school should have at least five physical education classes a week, junior high school should have four to five physical education classes a week, and senior high school should have three to five physical education classes a week. At the same time, the school should arrange at least 25 minutes of large recess sports every week. No physical education on the day to arrange no less than 45 minutes of extracurricular exercise. Ensure that students take part in more than one hour of physical exercise in and out of school every day. < / P > < p > in the aspect of students’ physical health monitoring, the relevant work plan proposes to do a good job in comprehensive monitoring, evaluation, intervention and evaluation of students’ physical health. At the same time, personalized electronic health records of students should be established, and relevant data should be given early warning and targeted intervention guidance on a regular basis.