PE Curriculum Support

RB Gym and Sport’s Curriculum Support Programme is a sustainable and effective way for your school to utilize the PE and School Sport Premium funding.

It is not a one-day training workshop, or a stand-alone activity and it is not your stereotypical ‘team teaching’ programme which so many sports coaching providers offer. RB Gym and Sports Curriculum Support Programme is a unique growth training programme for the whole school.

Training Process


RBGS Curriculum Support Programme is led by expert Sport Educators and is focused on developing teacher’s confidence and knowledge to improve pupil outcomes within P.E. The programme involves weekly support with opportunities for teachers to plan, deliver and self-reflect. The programme involves progressive activities designed to sustain and embed best practice, including cooperative teacher activity, formative planning, assessment and expert PE input.
Our curriculum Support Programme is designed by experienced PE teachers and is underpinned by robust impact data.



RBGS Sport Educators recognise that teachers are highly skilled and experts in the classroom. The curriculum support programme helps your teachers transfer their skills from the classroom and into the PE environment. As a result, your staff will become more confident and develop a greater depth of knowledge, which in turn, will enable them to teach PE to a high standard and improve outcomes for your pupils.

The Evidence


100% of schools reported that their teacher’s mean confidence to deliver in Physical education had increased. 

100% recorded they had improved their ability to plan for Physical Education 

95% recorded they had improved their ability to Assess in Physical Education

96% of teachers undergoing CPD in PE felt as though they had improved their ability
                  to Differentiate Skills and Activities for pupils.

94% of teachers stated their ability to progress pupils’ skills within P.E had improved.  

How does RB Gym and Sport’s Curriculum Support address the DFE Standards?


Professional development should have a clear focus on improving and evaluating pupil outcomes.

✅ Differentiated activities and lessons to ensure all pupils are challenged and make swift progress. 

✅ Regular shared assessment to match needs, experience and knowledge to curriculum support activities and delivery.

Professional development should be underpinned by robust evidence and expertise

✅ Pre and post audit/evaluation

✅ Impact data reports 

✅ Curriculum progress recording

✅ Quality assurance through regular observations and training

✅ Evidence reported on professional development forms

✅ Each member of staff has their own personal development folder to help develop, support, reflect and evidence progress

Professional development should include collaboration and expert challenge

✅ Sport Educators provide ongoing support, modelling, and challenge.

✅ Regular feedback to help create, achieve, and reflect on weekly goals.

Professional development should include collaboration and expert challenge

✅ Delivered on site in your lesson with your pupils

✅ Mentoring relationship pre, during and post lesson delivery

✅ Ongoing support for all teachers taking part

✅ Sport Educator can help engage children in sustained physical activity opportunities
e.g. Extra-curricular clubs, playleader awards etc.

Case Study



St Mary’s Catholic Primary Academy, Wolverhampton


What were your requirements/ needs?

The delivery of gymnastics at both KS1 and KS2 was of a poor standard due to lack of confidence and subject knowledge of staff. The priority on the PE Development Plan was to provide a range of CPD opportunities for staff (including HLTAs) to increase their confidence and skillset when delivering gymnastics lessons. Staff were also having difficulty with differentiating effectively for all children in PE lessons to ensure all children made progress.


What are the key factors you look for when choosing an external provider?

When looking for an external provider, we want them to be approachable, flexible, organised, professional but most importantly – highly knowledgeable about the primary PE curriculum and a clear understanding of the learning styles for all pupils.


Why did you choose to use RB Gym & Sport?

Many years ago, I worked in a school where Ryan Bradley delivered high quality gymnastics levels to KS1 and KS2 pupils. When I moved to a Wolverhampton school, it was clear that PE and School Sport was lacking in this same quality, so we were fortunate enough to acquire the services of RB Gym to deliver a range of PPA and CPD sessions. We have used other providers and I could not recommend RB Gym and Sport more highly – due to their highly qualified PE Curriculum Support Mentors, their affiliation with AfPE and the range of services they provide.


What did RB Gym & Sport do to help solve your problem/ address your needs?

RB Gym and Sport gave many options to meet our needs of improving confidence of staff in delivering the PE curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities.

RB Gym and Sport gave many options to meet our needs of improving confidence and upskilling staff when delivering the PE curriculum. A tailored CPD programme was put in place and reviewed regularly to ensure there was clear impact.


In what ways has our provision helped your setting/ children/ staff?

The profile of PE and School Sport has raised throughout the school and, as a result, more children have taken part in extra-curricular activities and have also started to attend gymnastics clubs outside of school. Our teaching staff now feel more confident when delivering PE lessons and they have been observed developing and challenging pupils as they make lessons more engaging, active and purposeful.


“I would whole-heartedly recommend RB Gym and Sport
for any school looking for high-quality professionals
with a clear understanding of the Primary PE Curriculum.”


Mrs Minihane, Headteacher.

“I would whole-heartedly recommend RB Gym and Sport for any school looking for high-quality professionals with a clear understanding of the Primary PE Curriculum.” 



Mrs Minihane. Headteacher.

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