Hello everyone, Was after a bit of advice, I have accepted a teaching post, signed a letter and all that stuff. Problem being my personal circumstances have changed/realised teaching is not really worth moving away from my partner/family for. I am aware I should be greatfull for this opportunity and I 90% sure I will go though with the post (from what I have heard I would be in deep doodoo if I backed out now) But after next year I know I will be leaving the post I have accepted (Without a shadow of a doubt) either to go travelling or move to London to be near my girllfriend. Just wondered if anyone could tell me is this a relevant reasons for leaving, im sure it is. Although what I have seen teachers seem to be the most pretentious bunch I have ever come across and everyone seems to think I need to stay somewhere to show commitment to a Job, but I will not stay somewhere that is not personally good for me, as much as I love teaching I work to live not live to work. I am graded as outstanding at the moment, and work hard to make good lessons. Anyone got any advice about how moving so early might impact upon my employability/career. Because if I am going to get stuck somewhere I would rather jump ship now then get stuck somewhere (I don't have any connection to) for the next year with no prospects there after. I will hand in my notice as early as possible after christmas as I dont want to mess the school around. Any views?