Thanks Taz. I had an interview on the 17th and was getting anxious that I hadn't heard so it's good to know that it is normal. Ava, people wore all kinds of things to the interview but everyone looked smart and like they had made an effort. I wore a suit just because I happen to have one that I really like that feels comfortable, but there were lotd of girls in smart trousers and tops, dresses, skirts etc. My interviewers were dressed quite casually, so as long as you are smart and presentable there will be no need to worry. The day started with a brief introduction then a no-calculator maths paper. The questions were things like long multiplication and division, percentages, multiplying and dividing fractions, areas, averages, percentages, find the missing angle etc. There was nothing to catch you out, you just need to make sure that you've refreshed your memory if necessary. During the maths paper, we were taken out one at a time to teach a five minute lesson that we had prepared to a panel of adults who were acting like children. You can teach anything you like on the National Curriculum and the children can be any age. The children won't all be model pupils though, so be prepared! In the afternoon, we wrote an essay stating the degree to which we agreed with a paragraph on an educational topic that we were presented with. It was nothing scary; I think they just wanted to check spelling/ grammar and standard of writing. During this time, we were taken out for our interviews. We were shown the questions 15 minutes in advance, and then had a 15 minute interview. The questions were all perfectly reasonable, but looking back, I can think of lots of things that I should have said and didn't! That was all really. If you are well prepared then it should be fine - good luck!