Long story short: I am secondary English trained and taught for 10 years. Left teaching in 2018 (bullying culture, 'work related' stress). I was a Lead Practitioner at the time. When leaving I never intended to go back into a school. During the last year and half (whilst not working in a school), I became engaged, and have been planning my wedding Now other things have happened in life and I have 2 interviews (one tomorrow and one on Monday) for TA roles in primary schools. I do miss being in the classroom, but I don't miss all the extra rubbish that comes with it, and I'm not too keen on going back to secondary. I like the idea of just assisting the students/teacher, but for someone else to take control of their overall progress, and also like the idea of being with just one class throughout day (one interview is for Y3, the other for Y5). However, I will need the day before my wedding off work (I get married on a Saturday, so will need to request the Friday off). I am able to go back to the Monday after the wedding, but we are going on honeymoon two weeks later (for 2 weeks). I know how these things work, and it's the discretion of the head etc, but after spending 28K on wedding and honeymoon, I'm obviously not willing to lose all that money (and want to do both with my new husband!). I know I need to mention it at interview, but not sure how to approach it (obviously the leave would be unpaid). How willing would HT be, knowing that it's all been planned for months, and it will completely be a one-off? I'm genuinely worried about mentioning it.