As part of our PSHE program we have students involved in a 'community' day next Friday. Today the organisor interrupted my lesson and forced me to make a decision about what I wanted to be involved in, while I was teaching. They then told me I would be given a group of students, be responsible for them all day, plan the whole day including taking them out into the community and do a risk assessment. After the event I have re-thought and become all cross. (I was cross at the time but was civil in front of my class) . I feel it is too late to plan this properly. I have to decide what to do, contact the place we will be visiting to arrange details, organise resources and activities for a list of students I don't have and do a risk assessment which I've never done. I don't want to plan anything until I have the list of students, I would prefer to have another member of staff with me in case of emergencies (accident or bad behaviour) and I feel I can't do the risk assessment (If I can work out what that means) until everything is planned. I am being over precious about this? I have emailed my concerns and had a snotty email back (head teacher copied in). I know I am stressed as I still have a full timetable - little gained time due to shortage of teachers in subject and there is also staff absence therefore organising cover is a nightmare at the end of term when students are becoming dis-engaged - so am willing to accept I am being unreasonable.