So my union are still wavering, but got the report from my solicitor (through household insurance) today. He says I have a 50%+ chance of success in the areas of direct discrimination, failure to make reasonable adjustments, discrimination arising from disability and victimisation. Has made a real difference knowing that someone legal also thinks what's been happening is legally wrong. But...he also reminded me that, by going ahead, I risk a total breakdown in relations with the school. I know that, which is why I've put this point off for as long as possible. On union advice, I appealed and appealed until I couldn't do anything other than raise a grievance (which has literally been ignored, for weeks). And, in the meantime, the Head has treated me appallingly since I returned to work - even before I raised the grievance, which I only did because his behaviour left me with nothing to lose. He has tried everything to make me resign/ go off sick, but my stubbornness and the support of so many colleague friends has scuppered that. However, I know that he will step up his efforts in September. He has a history of getting rid of people who challenge him by any route he can. So I think I still have nothing to lose. I can't get another job because of my absence record. I can't afford to resign and have no job. He's going to push and push whether I go to tribunal now or not, isn't he? In an ideal world, the tribunal outcome would be that they'd make him apologise, have some disability training and make the reasonable adjustments now suggested by 4 different doctors. I want to be able to stay in my school. I think I'm living in a dreamworld, but don't see any other options. If he'd behaved like a decent human being or even professionally since I returned, it would be different. But I don't see a route now other than a tribunal. Solicitor says we have 5 days to fill in the ET1 form.