I've joined a new school in September and am really enjoying being there however my contract states this will be for 'two possibly three terms'. I asked my manager for some clarity the other day, and she said they're very happy with how I've hit the ground running etc and that I shouldn't worry as the departmental restructure they're planning 'almost certainly' won't happen September, so it's 'more than likely' it will be for three terms. Unfortunately I didn't really find the choice of words particularly reassuring! I do really like the place and would like to see out the academic year there and rejigging the staffing at Easter seems like a mad decision not just because it doesn't suit me but also thinking of my 2 year 11 classes and my year 13s - surely they've had quite enough disruption because of the Covid situation!? Any thoughts on how to address this? One very supportive colleague thinks I should just get applying for other things and then when I request time off for interview, it will focus their mind and I'll get my answer one way or another - but to be honest, I'd rather not play these kind of games! Is this really how things are now?