Hi, A school near me is advertising for a teacher, and they say they are a worksheet-free school. This sounds great in theory, but does anyone have any experience of this in practise? Does it make planning more difficult, as you can rarely use things downloaded from websites such as TES and primaryresources.co.uk? Don't get me wrong, I by no means teach in a death-by-worksheet fashion, but sometimes they are a good way of practising a skill or assessing understanding. Do such schools have a similarly negative approach to textbooks? Often there is little difference between working through a couple of pages in a textbook and working though a worksheet, but a worksheet is more customisable/easily differentiated. The job seems great, but I would love to hear some people's experiences of planning and teaching in a completely worksheet-free zone. Thanks in advance for any replies!