Hiya, Congrats on the interview! My advice is to look through some of the questions on the internet, as this really helped me. Still, there'll always be some questions you can't predict - just don't be afraid to ask them to clarify what they mean if you don't understand. Be prepared to reflect on your past experiences, this will be important as they'll need to know that you can be evaluative and reflective. They'll probably also be looking for you to understand how intense the course is. Strengths/weaknesses in subjects...and also as a person. Try not to say that you work too hard as a weakness! What makes a good teacher? How do your experiences show that you have the potential to be one? As for current issues, the new curriculum is causing a bit of a stir even before it's come in. Also, cuts to funding? Academies? Have a look through the TES and see what jumps out at you, it will look better if it's something you're interested in . Good luck!