Whole load of history and stuff here, don't really know where to start. Will try to get as much in as possible so as not to drip-feed. My subject head is a bit of a nightmare, has a habit of being nice as pie to your face, then complaining about you to other staff or SMT without mentioning it. I have a history of anxiety problems, treated and controlled now, but the paranoia of not knowing whether she is having a problem with me or not half the time is still an issue. Previously when my MH was a serious issue, I saw a occ health Dr, referred through school. The head withheld his report from me for 3 months, none of the conditions he suggested were necessary for me to keep working were met, and until I finally got to see the report, I had no idea of the diagnosis he had given me (but the head did). During this time while I was struggling in work, my subject head complained to the head that I wasn't doing things right, and I ended up with a written warning which could have been avoided if she had a) supported me as the Dr suggested and b) spoken to me rather than escalating straight to the head. Before I went to the meeting with the head, she told me straight she had no idea what it was about. So basically the environment is quite toxic, and I don't feel I can trust or talk to my line manager. When I had trouble with a class (throwing things at me) and asked for support for my teaching, the group was taken off me until the end of term, and timetabled back in with me the next term, I never got the support/training I asked for. In my last pregnancy I never had a H&S assessment (the subject head's responsibility according to our H&S guy when I emailed asking for one), and had no support or concessions until I was crippled with SPD and physically couldn't stand in the classroom, then I was taken off timetable. I'm expecting my second child, I've not been very well with it, quite sick, having episodes of dizziness and fainting. I lost my last pregnancy, and I've had a whole load of issues in my personal life on top of that. In the last week I have had to deal with passive aggressive comments from the subject head and deputy over me not attending a parent's evening (for a class where I am the second teacher with 1 lesson a fortnight, usually this would mean not doing PE or reports). A couple of days ago SH came into my classroom, scowled at me (I think because I was sat down), stood at the side for 5 minutes, then left and sent me an email saying she would be observing me my next working day. I *think* I have done something wrong, but no idea what. Previous observations have always come out saying my teaching is excellent (it's stuff like marking I'm less hot on, but this obs is specifically classroom related). I'm not intending on returning to the post after my maternity leave, and I am really wondering if all this stress and **** from a line manager who clearly doesn't care a bit for my well being is worthwhile at all. My union rep is in my dept and also a personal friend, so I don't really want to discuss this with him unless I have to. Considering I am fainting from standing too long and not snacking regularly, I think my MW might be prepared to sign me off, but I'm not sure if this would be overreacting or really unprofessional.