I'm trained to deliver a modern language in primary. There are two composite classes that have to be taught, a p6-7 and p5-6. The 7 are a year ahead of the 6. My ht expects me to manage the two, the plan however is very difficult, I'll try to explain it as best I can. I should send my 7 to the 5-6 teacher, therefore she should do something with the 5 & 7, but this takes her over 25, so 3 of them have to go away somewhere in the school with my learning support, who is assigned to p6 pupils with severe learning needs. Then the p7 are to be sent back to me and I'm expected to find my p6 something independent to do when I teach the p7, bearing in mind most of them have learning support needs. Is this allowed? I don't mind going to teach the two years separately, but shouldn't the ht arrange cover for me to do this? I'm really stressed. So it appears that I'll be planning four times, something for three p7s to do with ls, coping alone with p6 who have severe needs, then expecting said p6 to sit quietly so i can teach p7? This will take double blocks in an already packed timetable Can the ht get away with this? Does anyone know if I have grounds to refuse?