Evening all...need a rant before bed and my husband is sick of listening to me ha ha! Long story so I'll give you the basics only. Before the holidays I was "interviewed" (it was a shambles) for a post working temporarily as intervention until the exams in May. Got the job, but no-one really had any idea what my role was going to be. Arrived to start today to find that they still didn't really know what was going on: no timetable, no information....ridiculous. School is allegedly 'outstanding'.... So in conversation with the HOD, I was asked to spend the morning working on some revision materials for year 11. I have been refused access to a school computer, login details, internet, email, printing and photocopying, so the only option was to use my personal laptop which I luckily had with me as I needed it for later in the day and didn't want to leave it in the car all day long. With no access to any shared drives or internet, there was no chance of using department resources to assembled revision packs. No, it seems that the HOD wants me to assemble my personal resources to be copied for every student in year 11. Ermmm....let me think about that.....how does 'Hell no!' grab you??? So, they want to pay me a supply rate and consequently no evenings, holidays or sick pay. They want to deny me access to proper resources, expecting me to bring my own laptop. They expect me to go home and then email the resources I'd like printing off (the HOD's solution) for the following day using my internet AND working in the evenings, which I'm not being paid for....and they want me to just hand over 10 years' worth of bespoke teaching resources without question? I don't think so. Anyone got any thoughts?