My head recently decided to remove my TA and put another one into my class effective from Easter, and informed me the day before we broke up. I asked advice from a governor who spends a morning in my class once a week, and who is a very wise and impartial person, however because I see her as a colleague, I emailed her and she then spoke to head who is furious because she thinks I have made a formal complaint to the govs, without going through the proper channels. However, this not what I did and was never my intention, just to ask the advice of a governor, and even my line manager told me that it was a good idea. I have written head a letter to explain, and also to express my concerns, but not sure whether to send it. I have looked through the professional standards- am I allowed to send a letter or will I make the situation worse? Is it really a terrible thing to seek advice from a colleague, albeit a governor?