Just a quick question about what the situation is with accepting jobs. At the moment, I'm waiting to hear back at the end of this week about two jobs that I particularly want, though there's one that I want more than the other. So I'm just wondering what would be the way to go about the hypothetical situation I'm about to put to you, I'd love to get both interviews but I could get neither so it is purely hypothetical but I thought I would ask before being in the situation as I doubt I'd have the time then. Let's call them School A and School B. I did like School A and I would happily work there but I do feel that School B would be a much better school for me, I'd go as far as calling it pretty much perfect in fact. Both schools shortlist at the end of this week so I technically could be offered both interviews. School A, my second choice, has their interview on Monday and then School B has their interview at the end of the month. I was thinking today about what would happen if I got offered both interviews and then offered the position at School A. Obviously I couldn't turn it down in the hope that I'd get the job at School B because I could end up then having neither and I would like to work there, it's just I'd like the other school more. I could then accept the job and still go to the other interview and then be offered that job as well (I know, wishful thinking!) and obviously I would want that job far more. So how would I best go about it? Would it be a case of just accept the job and forget about the other one? I assume I wouldn't be able to give my answer over a week after the offer, can you accept a job and then contact them to say that you've found a position elsewhere? Personally that seems fairly unprofessional and I think that it could look bad on me, especially as both schools are in the same LEA and so I wouldn't like to do it unless there is a formal and accepted way to go about it. Like I said, I'm not in that position at the moment but thought I would ask just in case and also out of interest really.