Funded chemistry, computing, maths, physics and languages internship teacher training programme
Thank you for your interest in our funded chemistry, computing, maths, physics and languages internship programme taking place between 24th June and 12th July 2024!
Please complete this form for further details on the course and a member of our team will make contact with you. Please note interviews will commence December 2023.
If you’re studying for an undergraduate or master's degree and interested in teaching, an internship could help you to understand what it’s really like in the classroom.
Internships last 3 weeks, start in June or July and you’ll be paid £300 per week.
You'll need to be studying for a related undergraduate or master's degree and interested in teaching one of the subjects above.
What will you experience?
You'll get a feel for what life as a teacher is like. Your internship will give you an opportunity to:
- shadow experienced teachers and observe lessons
- jointly plan and teach lessons
- get one-to-one guidance from outstanding classroom teachers and subject specialists
- see what school life is like for a teacher outside of the classroom
How will we use your personal information?
The internship you are applying for is part-funded by the Department for Education (DfE). DfE intends to evaluate the internship and the potential benefits to those who participate in it as well as the wider education sector. To enable them to do this, we will provide the minimum information necessary to them to carry out their evaluation.
DfE (or a contracted organisation working on its behalf) may also:
Contact you to ask about your experiences of the internship. Please note that, if contacted, you will be under no obligation to take part. If you do, you will not be identified in any results of the evaluation and you can ask not to participate, or change your mind, at any time.
Link information you provide in your application form with other information about you which DfE already holds or to which it is lawfully permitted access. This is to identify (for example) what kinds of qualifications applicants to this internship go on to achieve, how many go into teaching, and how long they are employed as teachers, without having to contact you repeatedly to ask you to update your information.
Security and confidentiality:
DfE’s use of the information we share with them (or its contracted partner) will have no influence on the outcome of your application or your participation in the training and DfE’s findings will not identify you or any other applicants.
Any personal data shared with DfE will be handled securely and only accessed for the purposes of the evaluation of teacher training, recruitment and retention.
You can find more information about DfE at www.gov.uk/dfe.
If you have any questions about how DfE will use your information, please contact STEM.email@example.com.