On the last day of term I had my head bitten off by the headteacher. I was covering a bubble class in the Reception class and was waiting for him to e m a i l ( as agreed) the password to our year 4s goodbye Zoom which I was part of and he was setting up and hosting. 15 minutes before it was due to start, I still had no email with a password. When I found him he was very dismissive and his tone rude. Glaring at me he said, “You can see I’m busy right now, can you just go and sort this out yourself?” ( School with strict rule as all do, no mobiles out in class while children around! I wasn’t to know a text had been sent. In Reception 9-12 no break to check phone) Last day of a hectic term, things are busy I appreciate but I take issue to being spoken to in such a manner when the mistake wasn’t mine. Shame he didn’t acknowledge it later in the day when I walked by. Would you let it go and forget about it as a new school starts, or would you politely and assertively let him know you were not happy about the way you were spoken to ? Personally, I feel that whether you clean the toilets in the school, teach children or lead a large staff you have the right to be spoken to in the same way and with equal respect.