So, i've had a rough teaching year to date...anyone who may have seen my other post back in Feb/March will know what I mean! I started in an SEN school and love SEN! They didn't do their part for my NQT (by part I mean didn't register me, didn't support me and therefore I didn't complete any NQT!). I then moved to a mainstream KS2 (ks2 never my thing) which has been ok, i've been up and down about it but support has been good. However this was just a terms 'direct supply' work. I am moving soon and was offered a reception job in a school and was very optimistic and also can do NQT there. However i've been very on the edge of whether teaching is for me. My first degree was in media studies and my passions lie within creative industries and well to be PERFECTLY honest I have no idea what it is I really want to do with my career/life. I AM going travelling towards the end of 2017 though, I hope, and this is my main goal at the moment. I just feel really unsure now if this job in September will be right for me! I really don't know if teaching is right for me, the things I like about it aren't always the right things to like about the job. I so want it to be good for me, i'm told i'm a really good teacher and have brought children on so far but I lack a lot of the umph and passion most teachers have! Anyone else in this predicament? Anyone have any advice about what else I could do that will be rewarding but less 'stress' and paperwork and government dictated? Anyone know where I stand on leaving this job before September? I feel terrible but I need to do what's right for me... I just wish I knew what that was?! I've battled with this since doing my PGCE!!! Please help...if you can!