Fantastic paid internship opportunity for SPS students interested in teaching Physics

Opportunity to complete a paid teaching internship with Cardinal Hume Academy Trust

SPS is excited to offer a paid, 4-week teaching internship running between 17th June – 12th July for penultimate year students who are interested in inspiring the next generation of Physics students.

What is the opportunity?

We are offering a paid, 4-week teaching internship running from 17th June – 12th July.

We have designed an exciting programme that brings you directly into the classroom to gain first-hand experience of classroom teaching.

You will start off as a teaching assistant, moving to leading study groups and co-teaching lessons alongside experienced teachers.  During the final week we aim to get you teaching whole lessons independently.

Who we are looking for?

If you are in your penultimate year of university studying a STEM based subject, have an A level in maths or physics and are considering teaching you should apply!

How will we prepare you?

You will be assigned an experienced teacher as a mentor that you can observe and work with to develop your understanding of how to design and deliver a lesson.

You will be based in a subject department with access to resources and colleagues to discuss best practice and prepare for your teaching experience.

Each week you will receive training to discuss strategies to help you move forward.

How can you apply and by when?

Please complete the online application form found by clicking on the following link: https://www.stgeorgesrc.org/about-us/teacher-training/internship/

The application deadline is the May 1st. Successful candidates will be informed on a rolling basis.

What funding is provided?

We will provide you with 4 weekly payments of £300 as well as provide you with a free lunch.

Where will I be based?

Interns can be placed in any of our schools across our academy trust including:

– St George’s catholic school, Maida Vale

– Bishop Douglas Catholic School, Finchley

– St Thomas More Catholic School, Wood Green

How could this help experience help you become a future teacher?

We aim to give you an experience that mirrors real teacher training programmes to help you decide if it is a potential career path for you. We will stay in contact to help you with applications to our academy teacher training programmes and will invite you to interview subject to a successful application.