My line manager has suggested (via email this evening) that we have a performance management meeting tomorrow! I have never had a permanent teaching post, so I quickly did some research regarding objectives and reviews etc. However, performance management is an annual cycle so is there any value in setting objectives if I won't be employed by the school in a years time?! No employment, no review? I'm not inclined to meet with my line manager just so that she can gain experience in her new target of carrying out performance management! Guinea Pig style. Can anyone shed some light?