Join our Internship Programme
Have you heard about the Teacher Internship Programme?
Participating schools across England are opening their doors this Summer and are offering selected, soon to be graduates the opportunity to undertake a four week, paid Teaching Internship. We currently have opportunities in Bolton or Kent.
Why are schools doing this?
More and more schools in England are investing in growing their own teaching talent and are hiring Teacher Apprentices to earn and learn in their school.
These immersive internship programmes offer a real insight into what it is like to be a teacher, and what to expect if you were to pursue a 12 month, salaried Teaching Apprenticeship when you graduate from your undergraduate degree.
If you make a great impression during your internship and wish to undertake a Teaching Apprenticeship, you may be offered that opportunity.
How much am I paid?
If you are accepted on a four week Teaching Internship you will earn up to £300 per week.
Who is eligible to apply for an internship?
Participating schools are looking to hire final year university students, who are ideally studying STEM, but other subjects would be considered, and who are genuinely interested in the idea of pursuing teaching.
You will also need to have achieved a standard equivalent to grade C/4, or above, in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics.
The personal attributes we have found that make for a successful trainee teacher are; motivation, ability to learn from experience and act on feedback, capacity for hard work, perseverance, creativity, empathy, good organisational skills, and a liking for young people.
Interested in applying for a teaching internship near you?
To apply for a place on our Teacher Internship Programme, you’ll need to meet the following requirements before you can be accepted onto the programme.
• Currently studying an undergraduate degree from a higher education provider in England or Wales.
• Hold full UK working rights
• Has been an ordinary resident in the UK for the past 3 years
• Achieved a standard equivalent to grade C/4, or above, in the GCSE examinations in English and mathematics.