PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PROGRAMME IS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW BY THE GOVERNMENT AND MAY NOT RUN IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-17
If you have the ability to inspire, feel that you can make a difference to young people’s lives and you have been thinking of a career teaching Mathematics or Physics, then you may be interested in our Paid Internship programme for penultimate year undergraduates.
We are one of a small number of schools nationally, approved by the Department for Education, to provide an internship programme for undergraduates at the end of their penultimate year at university.
Interns will be paid £300 per week during the 4 week placement which will be from Monday 20th June 2016 to Friday 15th July 2016
We will provide opportunities to:
- Learn about key aspects of the pedagogy of teaching;
- Gain classroom experience and get involved in lessons;
- Work with existing experienced teachers;
- Work with a range of students;
- Receive support and advice with UCASTT applications
Applicants must be studying a subject with a substantial amount of Mathematics or Physics content included in it and although not essential, it would be beneficial to have gained some experience working with children.
For an application form, please follow this link. (Link to be provided)
Please contact Lydia Harrison on 01604 258622 or by email at [email protected] for further information.