I am a Cover Supervisor that initially agreed to teach Maths in the absence of a teacher. I took this on, as I have a degree-despite admitting it is not my subject area. Since starting, the expectations have got higher and higher. I started off planning and delivering the lessons. Then I was roped into parents evening, all within a few weeks. On top of this, I am expected to cover around the absent teachers timetable. So I have his lessons AND I am covering during PPA time/free lessons. All for no thanks or any kind of increment. It is great experience for me and I love seeing the same students week in, week out- but should I say enough now? I can live with snide comments from students and staff when the odd lesson doesn't go right, but I'm wondering if this is the norm for cover staff! I'm not motivated by money, wrong profession for that! I don't like being taken advantage of either! Advice needed! (please).