As some might know from my pervious thread and private messages - I'm signed with a London agency at the moment (lets call them Agency A) and I'm in the process of signing up to an agency in another area as I'm moving. I went to have the good old paperwork/interview session with one such agency, lets call them B. Agency B told me that if I work just once a week in any school, and do so for 12 weeks, without a break of more than 6 weeks, my daily rate should increase to be 1/195 of what my MRS salary would be at that school. Is this correct? I was told something similar by Agency A on sign up but they led me to believe that I had to work the entire 5 day week for it to count. I have been working through Agency A all year, and have had a regular slot (two afternoons a week) in the same school. I've worked the two afternoons virtually every week since January, a couple of weeks I only did one afternoon as they didn't need me and a few times I was asked to do some full days when teachers were on courses etc. I've only missed a whole week when it has been holidays or one week when I was unwell. It's been about 16 weeks in total. I mentioned this to Agency B (because I though she had made a mistake) and she said I should have been receving a higher rate once I had passed the 12 week mark. Like I said, Agency A had said I needed to work an entire week for it to count, not just a single day or half day. I had dismissed the 'Agency Worker Regulations' as something for people on medium and long term supply, not day to day like me. Does anyone know what the correct position is? Should I approach Agency A about money I may be owed? I'm MPS4, its an Outer London school. These are the weeks I have worked... (week commencing date). 19/01/15 26/01/15 02/02/15 09/02/15 23/02/15 02/03/15 09/03/15 16/03/15 23/03/15 13/04/15 20/04/15 27/04/15 04/05/15 18/05/15 01/06/15 08/06/15 15/06/15 22/05/15 I also expect to be there every week until the end of term. Thanks! I'm so confused!