This happened near the end of term and I should probably let it go now. But I do still feel cross. Our Literacy Co-ordinator was promoted to Assistant Deputy (HT doesn't like the confusion of hierarchy in title AHT). The new post meant stopping being Lit Co. In advance of this I asked the HT to consider allowing me to take on Literacy. I have been Maths Co-ordinator for 13 years at this school, and Phase Leader for Foundation Stage. We have had two outstanding Ofsted's, including the sepaate EY inspection so I feel I have proved my worth to the school. HT appeared to like my suggestion but said that as he was doing further internal TLR2b promotions, he needed to wait and see what the people he appointed wanted. Should have spotted then the fact that my wants were being put below people who have been at the school for less time and done a lot less over that shorter time. He then appointed three new TLR2b's (was only looking for two but hadn't the b**ls to turn one down). He has yet to come to me and tell me that I will be continuing to co-ordinate maths, because none of his new SMT would do it and one of them made a fuss to get Literacy. I don't make a fuss you see so it's easy to disappoint me. What makes me cross is his lack of regard for me in omitting to come and tell me his decision personally. Instead I heard it all on the school grapevine. That is pretty poor isn't it? I did tell the DHT how I felt but I don't think she did anything with it. Should I tell him I'm cross?