I think that's the best thing you can do. I used to teach primary - only 150 children though - small compared to your school.
Years ago I had a very snotty student teacher who thought she didn't have to speak to the dinner ladies, caretaker, secretary etc so I have her a lecture about how you really have to value the school secretary and the caretaker because if a teacher is off they can be replaced very easily teachers are ten a penny but the secretary and caretaker - especially the secretary - they are NOT easily replaced - think she got the message.
Hope you have a decent visit with your endo. It isn't nice to have to look forward to meeting someone you don't care for.
At least now you know it is him and not you. I haven't had any who were unpleasant I just used to go expecting - well I I don't know what I was expecting but out of five consultations I only came away from one feeling really good
Thanks to this site though I was able to shrug the others off. Last visit I said I didn't know why they didn't just send us a letter telling us what they wanted to do based on our TSH test results because they didn't seem to need any more than our test results to treat us and that would save everyone a lot of time.
Don't think the person I saw knew what to say. It was quite funny but basically i think she got the message - why bother to have us in and ask how we are when you have made up your mind how you are going to treat us anyway - if we are within the (enormous!) range then the answer is 'probably nothing'