Applying for jobs during coronavirus has been very difficult, I've struggled to get interviews and have been incredibly stressed. Hardly any jobs have been coming up. I was rejected as second place by my dream school after a visit followed by a zoom interview, as they said the other candidate just had more experience ans they hadn't seen me teach. A week later i interviewed at another school via zoom which is part of an academy and a 40 minute drive away. I interviewed for a permanent position. The headteacher rang me and offered me a position at a sister school in the academy for a 1 year cover contract. I accepted as I had found it so difficult to find a job and this was the last one my application hadn't been rejected for. I was quite happy with this but dreading applying for jobs again next year. I did not keep looking and accepted that this was it. Now one week later the dream job has called me back and offered me the position, a permanent job. I told the head I had accepted another job and she said 'I wouldnt usually advise changing you mind but these are exceptional circumstances' They are offering me a permanent contract, I am in the process of applying for a mortgage and this would give me job security. The school I accepted for I havent even visited for obvious reasons and isnt even the school I applied for. Would it be wrong to call the head of the school I accepted and explain the situation?