I'm really starting to think I must be a bad teacher. I've been teaching for 6 years, and I'm one year into my role at my current school. I left my last school after a long period of excess pressure and the the threat of capability. No matter what I did I was always told it wasn't enough. My new school is tough, but I thought I would be better supported. However, one term into this year I've had observation, that I thought went well, only to find that the lesson was failed. I'm now going through a support period which sounds like informal capability. That doesn't really bother me, if there's room for improvement, fair enough. I think I'm just sick of being told that what I'm doing isn't right. Has anybody else found this? I think its been about four years since I've had a lesson that wasn't deemed in some way "requiring improvement". It's so demotivating. I feel like giving up teaching and leaving, but I'm at a loss as to what else to do.