I wonder if anyone has any tips on doing supply (early morning call) in a SEN school. I got such a call this morning and I'm sorry to say that I turned down the work, even though I desperately need it. I'd had a terrible night's sleep, a banging headache, had got up late and had just got out of the shower when I got the call. If the work had been in a mainstream school I would have accepted it. However, I have no experience of working in a special school, even though I've taught on supply for 5 years, and didn't think that I would be able to do the children justice. Does anyone have any tips for supply in this type of school so that I don't need to turn work down again? The school in question caters for children aged 2-19 with (I think, it doesn't have a website) profound learning difficulties.