I applied for a School Direct (Salaried) position with a SCITT. I had received a conditional offer (to pass the skills tests). After I had completed the skills tests the SCITT offered me an unconditional offer which I subsequently accepted. This happened in March. I had then been told in June that they will be withdrawing my position as they couldn't find a school to place me in. I had already handed in a letter of resignation for my old school at the start of the summer term as is the policy in the school i teach (N.B this was also after i had received the unconditional offer so i assumed there would be no issues). I have only been told that I should not look to see if there are any vacancies with any other training providers (highly unlikely as it is now June). They have told me they can offer me a non salaried position or pgce postion where i will have to pay £9k. Is this a "Breach of Contract" on behalf of the SCITT. Are they obliged to try their utmost best to find a placement and if not help as much as possible to find a placement with another provider. I really do not know what to do. I do not have a job at my current school as the position has been filled and now do not even have my "unconditional" offer. Has anyone else experienced this or could advise on the best thing to do and my legal rights. This has severely impacted a lot of things in my professional and personal life. I was in the process of looking to buy a house and so this will now affect any chance of a mortgage.