I started working in an APC (PRU) which I really enjoy, 3 months ago and teach food. It isn't taught in the normal way - all students have double lessons and they have to prepare and cook lunch for the whole school - about 35 - every day. If they don't then there is no lunch. I have said I am not a dinner lady and will not be making the food if the students decide they don't want to cook. My dilemma is I am teaching practical lessons non stop, (the students are too disruptive to have a theory lesson and if they weren't there would be no lunch!). I rarely have time to go to the wc at break time. I then have to serve the lunch 12.10-12.40 (2 courses) and clean up everything (I get about 10 minutes of help with a ta putting plates in the d/w). All staff except me, sit down to eat between 1210-1240. I finally eat at 1.40 after I've cleaned the kitchen. The job was changed from f/t to 0.8 and I have asked for it to be changed back. Our new timetable does not take into account that I have no break until 1.40pm. I am down to teach from 12.40 to 2pm. I have 2 free single lessons totalling 1 hour 10 mins on Thursday afternoon. My question is - am I being given enough free time as it doesn't feel like I am?