Hello. Hope you are all well and have had a lovely Easter . Here are my questions for today ! 1. Whilst applying for a job the other day I had to put the full name and address o the place I did my PGCE. I have been calling it what it weas called then. It seems though to have changed names! I hadn't realised this. Do I keep it in my forms as it was when I was there, or put the new name? 2. How many days in the year if you are lucky enough to have an interview are you allowed go to one? Or does this depend on the head/supply agency? My class are quite naughty, and they struggle to get supply teachers for the whole day - they left at break time the last time I had an interview [:S, so no sure how often I would be allowed to go! Would be nice if I only had to go once ! 3. I can't really go to and visit a school because of the above, and am also applying to some different areas, which is also not possible. I know you're supposed to go to get the feel of the school or look at the webiste, OFSTED report, but I honestly don't think you can get a 'true' feeling of a school unless you have been working/doing suply there. Am I the only one who thinks this? Sorry this is an opinion question, and not a question question!! 4. I managed to send one of my applications in quite early. I had a email from them saying that I had sent it to them by skydrive (that was clever of me - I don't even know what skydrive is!!), and that they couldn't open it, so could I send it as a word attachment which I think I have now done. They are obviously reading some applications. I have handed it in almost two weeks earlier than the deadline. I don't leave everything until the night beofre, but sometimes hand my applications in not until a day or two before the closing deadline depending on how busy I am at school. Should I make sure that my applications are in quite early incase they don't bother looking at the other ones? Ooops - Didn't mean to write SO much waffle - sorry! There are some questions within the waffle though, and I am trying to cut down on the smileys!