Hello all, This is my first post so please bear with me as I am unsure which category this fits in with! To cut a long story short, I am returning to work after a year's maternity leave in September and am going to be one half of a job share. We are a two form entry school. I am to work 3 days a week, my partner 2.5 days. Planning has been split between myself, my job share partner and the teacher of the other class. It has been agreed I am to plan for Literacy, my job share partner plans Science and the other class teacher plans maths for the year group. This arrangement means that I would be planning three literacy sessions for myself and one literacy session each week on behalf of my job share partner (it is only one because on her other day she teaches a stand alone grammar lesson which she plans for.) Both my job share partner and our year group partner are happy with this arrangement (my job share partner has only ever taught a different key stage and is not confident in her knowledge to plan for this year group) However I am not convinced that a) it is going to work in terms of continuity/communication as we do not get any hand over time and b) in terms of my workload as I do not think I should have to plan for someone else! How can I go about getting my point across that I am not happy with this arrangement professionally and without sounding petty?