Hi all, a little bit of guidance please. My story goes that 3 years ago my career was flying. Moved to my current school from a HOD position to SLT but as I write, I'm now seeking advice as a mainscale teacher, in an Arts subject, facing capability procedures. I was diagnosed with depression in my first year, through the difficult birth of my second son and work life balance. As a acting HOD as well as SLT the pressure got too much, I lost the plot a bit, upset my staff which resulted in terrible results last year. I decided to step down to mainscale last September, on a support plan (or I was facing a HOD support plan). Ive sort help through occupational health and external counselling but I'm now in a situation where every day is one helluva battle. Last week in came to a head. Around January, in a pretty dark place I was stupid enough to rant on social media. This has got back to my new HOD and deputy head who has threatened me with capability measures. After a very frank and open meeting last week, I broke down with my issues of workplace stress. I'm in a position now where I'm applying for other posts but I've been told that I should probably go on supply and not apply for these. I'm tempted to hand in my notice for September regardless (possibly supply if I can't get a move) but the overriding emotion is to get signed off. My attendance record is hit and miss, Ive had an informal chat with HR but that's it, no official warning yet. Has anyone else had similar? How have you coped? What should I be doing at the moment to cover myself?