Teaching for 18 years! Its been 12 years since my last intervew for a HOD position which I held for 4 years. I gave this up to to become a regular teacher on a part-time basis after starting my family. I have worked part-time with many extra days supply for the last 6 years which suited me with the flexibility. I have been invited to interview for a full time teaching position in another authority and I'm doing my utmost to prepare myself for interview this friday coming. I have worked throughout the UK/Channel Islands/New Zealand. I have held Acting Head of Humanities and HOD Geography promoted positions.Tons of experience in many different settings but so long since I have had to actually attend an interview. Interview is 3 person panel, via skype. Any ideas what I'm likey to be asked? I traditionally do well in interviews... I'd imagine I have been invited to interview based on experience? What types of questions am I likely to be asked? I don't want to become unstuck with, 'describe your holistic views of attainment challenged pupils' kind of nonsense!!! Any advice or information very much appreciated?