Just spoken to a really nice lady from a supply agency, who is going to interview me and start checks with a view to working after Easter. I wasn't expecting her to call, so when she asked was I teaching at the moment I said yes. You may remember that I have left the school although I'm still technically employed there. So I arranged an appointment for the Easter holidays. Now I feel awful as I implied I was teaching full time when I've actually been at home. What do I do? I feel as if I should be honest but don't know if this is wise as I would then have to try to explain the situation, which I don't know how to do. Also she said she would contact my referees in advance of my appointment to speed things up. What if the head tells her I'm not there at the moment? Know it probably won't happen but worried in case it does. My impulse is to ring or email asap and apologise and say I wasn't clear that I haven't been in school since half term although I resigned to leave at Easter, but would this harm my chances of registering? Or should I just not mention it and hope the head just provides the agreed reference? Hate the situation all this has put me in.