Lawrence Carr is a full time Primary PE Teacher and PE subject lead. This role involves delivering high-quality PE lessons across all Key Stages, as well as providing CPD in PE for other members of the teaching staff and developing an inclusive, challenging and progressive PE curriculum, within the school setting.
Lawrence’s background is deeply rooted in ensuring high quality PE provision for all and he has a wealth of knowledge in this area, developed through his previous experience across EYFS, the primary age range and secondary PE. Prior to his current role,
Lawrence was a PE Specialist in the Wigan area, who worked closely with schools in the delivery of fun and engaging sports and physical activities during PE lessons and after school clubs. He worked closely with a range of school settings and also worked alongside providers of out of term time sports provision. Additionally, Lawrence has a degree in Sport Studies and has achieved a range of coaching qualifications in a variety of different sports.
Initially developed at home during the pandemic as a curriculum document for use in his current school setting, 'Teaching & Assessing High Quality PE Lessons in Primary Settings: A Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6' is Lawrence’s first publication to be developed and adapted for use in other schools. The document has been successful in raising the standards of PE in school, raising pupil achievement and improving teacher confidence, particularly for non-specialist PE teachers.
Improving PE provision and engagement is an area that Lawrence is extremely passionate about and through the development of 'Teaching & Assessing High Quality PE Lessons in Primary Settings: A Scheme of Work for Years 1 to 6', he hopes to make this achievable for a wider range of school settings and primary age children.
Lawrence has an enhanced DBS disclosure.