Hi all After a bad Ofsted a little over a year ago, Senior Leadership at my school have instituted a number of changes that have drastically increased staff workload. We are a unionised school and we have been in negotiations with management about the nature of these changes, some of which were almost certainly necessary but all of which have been implemented with no regard to how much extra time they will entail or to their impact on staff wellbeing. SLT have nodded along with some of our concerns but the workload continues to increase. Last week we got an email with a timetable for year 11 intervention. I have been offering extra support all year but am now being told I must do 1 hr and 40 minutes extra classes on one day - before and after school. This will take me well over directed time (assuming 2 hrs a week for planning and 2 hrs for all marking with no extra time allowed for exam marking). Like all teachers I expect to do a fair amount of overtime but to me being asked to do this much extra in one day is extremely unreasonable. Has anyone else been asked to do this much extra on a single day? What would you all consider to be unreasonable? Thanks!