Teaching Internships

With Teaching Internships, you will be able to experience the teaching profession, gain new skills and be paid £300 per week for your time. So, if you are an undergraduate on a STEM related degree and are interested in teaching secondary maths or physics, then the Teaching Internship programme could be for you. Internships take place during June and July 2020 and last four weeks. 

The programme takes place in schools across England. You will get the opportunity to experience a range of activities to help you get a feel for school life including: 

  • classroom experience, which could include: assisting with lessons and providing subject support to pupils
  • shadowing experienced teachers and observing lessons, followed by a chance to jointly plan and deliver lessons
  • one-to-one guidance from outstanding classroom teachers
  • opportunities to network with qualified subject specialists

How to join 

You will need to apply directly to participating schools and be an undergraduate in any year of study of a STEM related degree. To find out if you meet the eligibility criteria, check with participating schools before submitting your application.

To get the best chance of succeeding in your application, register with us for support from an experienced former teacher, who will provide one-to-one support to you in applying to the Teaching Internship Programme and throughout your journey into teaching.

Please note: You are not required to provide a unique reference number to a school when you apply for the programme, as we no longer supply these upon registering with us.