Hi folks, I'm in my third year of teaching (four including training), but have had a bit of a fragmented career. So far, it has been made up of 18 months at one school (a couple of different temporary contracts) a six month contract somewhere else, one term of supply at a third school (three days a week) and I've now got a temporary contract at a fourth school until July which I started two weeks before Christmas. In all honesty, I am looking to establish myself somewhere permanently as a member of staff and therefore want my letter of application to be as good as it possibly can be. In my last two proper job applications I got the job, beating nearly sixty people to one of them, so my letter must have had something to do with it. However, since completing those contracts, I have joined a supply agency where I've had a term's supply (3 days per week) at one school and have just started somewhere else full time (having only done four weeks there so far). As I will be filling in the school's application form as part of the process, they will be aware of my career. However, my letter of application is now going to need a serious overhaul! My question is this; which parts of my career should I talk about in my letter of application? Obviously, the places where I have worked longer I have made more of an impact in my subject(s), but they were further back in my career. I have had lots of positive comments in my current school where I've only recently started, with people commenting on my organisation (I'm teaching three subjects), resource preparation etc, so it's difficult to know what to write about. Any pearls of wisdom will be warmly received.