Paid summer internships


Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computing and Languages Paid Internships Programme 2025

We are delighted to offer Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computing and Modern Foreign Languages undergraduates and a limited number of masters students, the opportunity to earn £900 in June/July 2025 on the Department for Education Internship scheme to learn about teaching at secondary school level.

Salary: £900
Programme Dates: Monday 16 June to Friday 4 July 2024

To apply: please email a copy of your CV and a covering letter explaining why you are interested teaching to:

Email: Vanessa Scott
Tel: 0115 9824280 x4246

Current Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computing,  Languages and Engineering undergraduates can undertake a three week paid internship at one of our Alliance schools this summer.

If you are considering becoming a Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Computing and Languages teacher and would like to find out why teaching is a fantastic career and receive a salary for three weeks before your summer break – apply now!

Alliance schools offering intern placements are:

  • St Peter & St Paul’s, Lincoln
  • All Saints’ Academy, Mansfield
  • The Becket School, Nottingham
  • Christ the King School, Nottingham
  • The Trinity School, Nottingham
  • St Bede’s, Scunthorpe


Teaching Internship 2024 Privacy Notice To Applicants

The benefits of an internship

You’ll get real experience of life in the classroom, and a chance to teach your own lesson. That means you’ll gain skills such as presenting, communication and sharing feedback, which are highly sought after by graduate employers.

You will spend three weeks in school observing teachers, have the opportunity to see effective leadership in action, and consider how to develop your own leadership style.

If you want to try some teaching, you will get the opportunity to put into practice all the skills you’ve learned and observed during the experience.

At the end of the three weeks, if you would like to, you’ll have the opportunity to put everything you’ve learned into practice and attend an ITT assessment. Successful candidates will be put forward for an ITT place.