So, it finally happened, I've been called to interview for an actual teaching job! But then I check up again on the information booklet that was in the application pack, and silly me, I didn't save it! 'Never mind' I say and a quick google search uncovers the mysterious document. However, imagine my surprise when I read to the end of the Humanities section (it is a Humanities Teacher role I am applying for) where it says that they are looking for an exceptional Geography Teacher... I'm R.E. ... As you can imagine I'm a little bit panicky as I am an R.E. specialist, with a degree and PGCE in the subject and have not done Geography since VI Form and have only some experience of Geography with KS3 Humanities. The actual advert for the job never mentioned being a specialist in any one of the Humanities subjects and the interview task said to teach the topic from any 'approach' so naturally I've chosen to do an R.E. based lesson. I suppose what I'm asking is this, do I have a right to feel this panicky? Have the school made a mistake by asking me to interview or is the mistake in the handbook (I'm positive this was not in my version of the book otherwise I probably wouldn't have applied)? Should I change my lesson to be completely Geography? Any help, advice, or a good old slap around the face to calm down would be much appreciated.