Hi, I have posted on here about my hell experience of induction 'year' and am almost certain they are going to fail me. I'm now off with stress and seriously trying to work out my options. All I've ever wanted to do is teach. I've wanted to do it since I was 4 and due to many unfortunate and difficult events in my life, it took me 14 years to get here. But I have to accept that if, in my final term, my union can't arrange early release and an extension for my final term, my entire teaching career is over. I have to consider this horrible possibility and have been looking into which career paths I can pursue if I am failed. I am a mother of two and am only just managing to live on this wage. If working as a Teaching Assistant paid better I'd apply for a TA job, but it doesn't. I wish money wasn't an issue but in all honesty I don't want the work I've put into my career to be wasted. I'm currently working in a school for children with severe learning difficulties and absolutely love working with children but can't seem to find anything remotely similar that I could do. Please, any advise would be so much appreciated. I'm feeling so lost in limbo. I don't want to return to my school because I can't take the demoralising and bullying tactics they use. Four other experienced teachers are already on long term sick with stress and it's general consensus that no one knows what we are doing anymore. I want to continue working with sen children but other than teaching, can't even begin to work out where to look. Sorry if I'm babbling, I'm really not in a good place right now. I just need some advise should my only ever career intention be wiped out.