I'm currently a day-to-day primary supply teacher and am 19 weeks pregnant. I told my agency I was pregnant when I signed back up with them in July but they forgot... Anyway, last week, the headteacher of one of the schools I worked at asked the agency whether I was pregnant as I'd told staff I was and my agency said they didn't think so. Anyway, out of all this, the school were asked to carry out a risk assessment. I've not seen or heard anything of this RA yet. Does it apply to every school I work in or will a new one have to be made each time? I'm going to email my consultant in a bit to chase this up. Also what kind of things should pregnant supply teachers not be asked to do? I'm assuming I'll only be eligible for maternity allowance as I've only just started with this agency as I had contracted work as an HLTA last year (they kindly told me they were ending my contract just before I got pregnant on my third round of IVF! - just very poor timing for me but I'm pregnant at last so there's the bonus.) Is this correct that I'll be on maternity allowance? Anyone had any experience applying for this? I'm worried as I obviously had no pay in August and only started supply in the last couple of weeks as there wasn't any work available so this will look badly on how much I earn. Thanks in advance.