I am relatively new to teaching and maybe a bit green. When doing speaking assessments, I get students to prepare about the topic (Edexcel) usually ten possible questions. Then I will probably ask about six of them. The students don't know which questions I will sk. Then I ask some unpredicted questions. (2/3}. I do this to ensure that students can speak with a degree of spontaniety and creativity. Also to deal with the unpredicted element which is vital for the higher grades. My colleagues give them the answers in advance and the students know in advanced ALL the questions. Some of my students have complained that I was being unfair. So I when through the assessment criteria and guidance for teachers with the class. Now, some pupils are saying others teachers in dept are cheating. I feel uncomfortable about this. Also, if my students don't do well, parents may complain to say that their son/daughter were not treated as others in school. Also, when moderating students performance', my students work may not sound as a good as the others because of the different conditions in which the assessment took place. I am new and don't want to rock the boat. What should I do?