I'm going in to the 3rd year of working at the school that I am currently at. I work in a department of 6 with 1 member of the department being part-time. I started in the department that I'm in at the same time as another person. We weren't given any A-Level classes for the first 2 years but all 4 of the other teachers had either Year 12, Year 13 or even both. I thought this was fair enough to be honest. However, on my first day back at work I've come to find out that the person who started in the department at the same time as me has got a Year 12 class. I still haven't been given an A-Level class. And I'm now the only person out of 6 to not have an A-Level class. I'm actually the joint most experienced teacher in the department as well and more experienced than the person who's been added to the "A-Level team" this academic year. I'm really disappointed about this. What annoys the most though is that I wasn't even asked if I would like to teach A-Level. It's almost as though it's all been kept secret from me, which I don't like. Am I being irrational? Or is it fair to feel how I feel about it right now?