Hi all, I'm currently working for an agency in the North-West doing day-to-day (though not consistent) supply while I look for permanent teaching roles. This is predominantly at SEN schools, though I've also done some mainstream. Since the start of September, I have had a grand total of 5 days teaching work, with the rest (25+) being TA work. I made it very clear at the start that my priority is teaching work but that I was willing to do the odd day of TA work (wanted as many days working as possible!) but it's feels ridiculous now. I've shared my concerns several times now about the lack of teaching work, but the agency keep telling me they're very sorry, but have had no teaching work come through. They've said they've suggested me to schools for fixed-term/long-term teaching roles occasionally (maybe 3-4 since September), but I've never heard anything back afterwards. I've been in a few schools where if a teacher is off, they will get the usual class TA to cover and bring in supply staff in a TA role to support them, so am unsure how much to believe the agency as I can see why they might not have as much work. I've had really positive feedback (from schools directly and the agency), so don't think it'll be to do with that. Anyone have any similar experiences? Or any advice on what I could do now? Feeling very frustrated and disheartened!