Last week I posted on here about a situation where I objected to unqualified staff doing lesson observations, and as a result, they brought somebody "in" from a linked school who absolutely ripped into and destroyed my lesson, even though it was not obviously a poor, unstructured lesson and the kids all behaved they found every nit picking point that they could to rip apart. So this week, I was watched again and I made sure that every single point was spot on, to the extent that for differentiation, there were two or more options for every task. Again, I was failed on the observation, and remarks were made that although there was some differentiation, it was not "clear enough". Personally, I feel that I am being set up to fail. I get the best results in the department, and up until now, there have been no complaints. My door is always open, so people can see how I teach, and among the support staff, I am known as a hard working and successful teacher - they know because they follow the kids around other lessons. I even worked at the school for two years on supply before they decided to take me on. I spoke to my union and they said that although they would go with me to the meeting where I am put on a support plan, all that I can do is agree to follow their advice and defer to their greater wisdom. Is there nothing more that I can do? I am the NUT rep and have complained about various things, like staff swearing at kids (nothing got done) and unqualified people doing all sorts of jobs above their station like lesson observation (look where that got me!). I can't help thinking that this is all planned and deliberate, and it is causing my health to suffer.