Hi, I have been put on an "informal support plan" to start tomorrow and I have some huge concerns regarding this. First concern: I was observed with the same group twice (a very vile group I only see once a week) and this has triggered the plan. Between the first and second observation I made huge progress. They literally said my (after my second observation) planning is great it's only behaviour and expectations they're checking. Considering the progress I made from one lesson to the next I believe (backed up by my union) I should be allowed more time to improve, instead of jumping to a support plan. I literally improved on every single point, including behaviour, but given the nature of the group they are impossible to win over with just one lesson between these observations. Second concern: the support plan is to last 3 weeks by the policy HOWEVER I am part time and only work 2 days at the school. They have not taken this into account and say the plan is to still last 3 weeks (which according to my union is discriminatory and unfair) Third concern: I have requested a meeting with my rep and with the appropriate member of SLT to discuss the plan. This request has been completely ignored and not responded to. This is to discuss all the points above and to discuss the reasonable adjustments that were supposed to be put in place for me due to some health concerns. Fourth concern: I was denied a pay rise this year due to not being able to prove progress of the students. I had a lot of health issues and some compassionate leave due to a home trauma. These were all disclosed to school at an early stage and according to policies/unions/laws (I'm not sure exactly what but I know it's somewhere!) that if the lack of progress is a result of ill health then a pay rise should be automatically awarded. I had a very tough year last year in terms of health and personally, all of which were disclosed to the school before the first half term. My union have discussed with me a lack of their duty of care and are determined to come into school and ensure they are improving this. It has actually been suggested to me (from people within the school) that due to the department being overstaffed and myself having a disability I am being targeted. I have passed this on to my union, who will be contacting the school very shortly to arrange a meeting again to discuss all of the concerns raised, as their first ask for a meeting was ignored. The meeting for my support plan was after the union first contacted the school. Any thoughts on how to move forward?