2024 Paid Teaching Internships at Excalibur Schools
Are you considering teaching as a career?
Are you currently studying for a degree or Masters?
Paid teaching internships are an opportunity to experience life as a secondary school teacher, getting involved in a range of activities based at an Excalibur Academies Trust school; either St John’s Marlborough and other schools in Wiltshire/West Berkshire or at one of the Excalibur Bristol schools.
Teaching internships are funded by the DfE and in 2024 will run for three weeks from 17th June. Interns are paid £300 per week. Up to 20 places are available on the programme. Apply using the link below.
Internships are aimed at current students who would like the opportunity to find out more about teaching careers in Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Languages or Physics.
The internship offers unforgettable life experiences as well as valuable work experience and skills that are transferable into other careers, enabling you to gain confidence and benefiting you in the jobs market. Interns spend time getting involved in a wide range of school activities, as well as observing and participating in classes. We’ll talk to you about the opportunities to train as a teacher, and we are keen to recruit Interns who have not considered a teaching career previously, as well as those who are looking for teaching experience.
Who can apply?
Priority will be given to students studying courses that qualify them to take a secondary post-graduate teaching qualification in Chemistry, Computer Science, Languages, Maths and Physics, but applications from undergraduates in other subjects with a good relevant A Level will also be considered. If you’d like to discuss your eligibility, email us on AdminTSA@stjohns.excalibur.org.uk
Applications will be considered from undergraduates from any year including those who graduate in 2024.
We are unable to accept applications from anyone who has already secured a place on a PGCE training course for 2023/24 or from anyone who has previously participated in a DfE-funded Teaching Internship programme.
Overseas students studying in the UK can apply, but interns must be considering training to teach in England. International students must have the right to work in the UK through a visa or other immigration status (e.g. EU settlement scheme or indefinite leave to remain).
Emma Hawes, Excalibur’s Professional Learning Lead, is heading up the programme. She said:
“We already run a successful School Direct teacher training programme at St John’s, and the internship programme complements this well. Our exciting three-week programme gives our Interns a taste of life as a secondary school teacher, as well as an opportunity to gain valuable experience, and we hope that our interns will be inspired to consider teaching as a career option once they graduate.”
Applications: Maths, Science, Computing, Languages
Please apply online using our application form:
If you have any questions, email AdminTSA@stjohns.excalibur.org.uk. Please include details of the degree you are studying. If your interest is in training to teach a different subject, we can arrange school experience for you to help you find out what it’s like to be in a classroom.
The internship programme is funded by the DfE and runs at schools across England. You can find out more about the programme and about other internship providers on the Get into Teaching website
DfE Privacy notice: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IKW5Fu7vZ5QV0Nrq1f2NDyg64sJCafn3/edit