Meet the Team
Sports Hub Director
Paul has worked within Sports Development / School Sports for 15 years. Since 2012, as P.E subject leader at Curwen Primary School where he led a P.E Team that achieved the YST Gold Quality Mark and recently became one of just 104 schools nationwide to achieve the School Games Platinum Mark.
Paul was instrumental in developing a broad and varied curriculum at Curwen Primary School which included offering swimming to the whole school via the ‘Make a Splash’ pop up pool programme, working with NGB’s including NFL, Rugby League, Chance 2 Shine Cricket, The FA and piloted initiatives such as SchoolsRun and UK Wallball.
Before working at Curwen Paul was the School Sports Competition Manager in Havering responsible for delivering the primary and secondary school sport competitions and as part of the East London Competition Managers Team delivering cross borough competitions.
Before this Paul was the Healthy Living and Sport Project Manager for West Ham and Plaistow NDC responsible for delivering a physical activity programme to all the E13 schools.
Qualified to teach / coach a variety of sports, Paul has a Level 5 Certificate in Primary School Physical Education Specialism and is also a FA Level 3 (UEFA B) Licenced Coach, Academy Scout at a Premier League Club and was Essex FA Coach of the Year and Newham Community Sports Coach of the Year in 2010.
Paul also manages the Newham Primary District Boys Football Team.
Currently Carly is a part of the P.E Team at Curwen Primary School and works to raise the quality of PE outcomes for all children across the Tapscott Learning Trust from Early Years to Year 6.
As a Sports leader at Curwen, Carly has managed a large team of PE coaches, sports apprentices and volunteers to ensure that physical education provision is outstanding and remains a high priority on the curriculum. Part of this has involved Carly up-skilling primary school teachers at Curwen and across the TTLT to ensure that high quality PE is delivered throughout. Her work and commitment to sport at Curwen resulted in the school achieving the Youth Sports Trust Gold Quality Mark and recently became just one of 104 schools nationwide to achieve the School Games Platinum Mark.
As part of the Extended schools leader role at Curwen, Carly has led and supported on developing an extensive after school club programme that is offered to every child at Curwen and currently oversees 67 clubs per week.
Carly is particularly passionate about all girls having the opportunity to take part in sports and works tirelessly to remove barriers which prevent girls from engaging in sport activities. She became a TeamUp Ambassador and has since become an advocate for girls sports in primary schools, successfully organising and running her own Girls Active Primary School Festivals for the TapScott Learning Trust.
Carly is trained in ruby at Level 2, football Level 2, Mulit-skills Level 2 and holds a Sports Coaching degree. Currently she is undertaking her Level 5 certificate in Primary School Physical Education specialism.
Outside of school Carly also manages the Dagenham and Redbridge U15 girls Football Team.