Hiya, Your timetable will depend upon your school - some schools split the curriculum, some are more "creative" and work to themes which include different subjects. Most schools however include the following 1 hour per day of literacy and numeracy, 2 hours a week of PE. If you are working in upper key stage 2 (y5/6) which given your background is likely, I wouldn't bank on a TA - they tend to be focussed at the younger end of the school or on onene. For example: I currently teach in Y5. Each morning I teach 1 hour literacy, 1 hour numeracy and 1/2 hour guided reading. In the afternoons - twice a week I teach 1 hour of PE (1 indoor, 1 outdoor) and 11/2 hours of RE (statutory in UK2). The rest of the time is "topic" which must cover all other subjects but based around a theme. From colleagues who have made the transition from secondary to primary it is the teaching of subjects like music and pe with no training which causes them most problems - oh and apparently our paperwork load is heavier. Good luck with your search I hope you find something which suits you = and that you can understand a post written after end of term drinks.