Wondering what people think of this situation. Every year our school offers revision sessions in the Easter holidays for Year 11 students + staff have the chance to teach some of these sessions for some extra pay. I have tried to do this on a number of occasions to support the students in preparing their Unit 3 GCSE exam. It's always a struggle to get the senior teachers to accept that I won't just be 'letting them get on with the play' + this year I have been effectively told that I can't do it because it's not proper revision in the traditional sense. In all honesty I am not majorly concerned about the money as I do so much after school with rehearsals anyway but feel angry at the principle of it that I am not being offered the chance to earn a bit more money whereas others, some of whom do not put in anywhere near as much extra time as drama teachers, will get this chance. It feels like discrimination to me + Iam considering seeking union advice on any action I could take. Am I being unreasonable or not? Several years ago, after a lot of persuasion + after having to submit lesson plans that showed I would do very structured activities, I did do these revision sessions once but I have been left out of the loop this year. If I was to come in on those days I would do structured activities anyway along with directing, character + movement work, rehearsing sections of their plays + so on. I sometimes feel so despondent at being treated as a second class subject despite the work I put in + the senior teahcer who passed on the message that it would not be suitable for me to offer revision activities said that the person organising it said he would not offer drama sessions + had 'knocked Drama back in the past'.any thoughts much appreciated.