Just hold on to the fact that if they really thought you weren't cut out to be a teacher you probably wouldn't have successfully appealed. In your new school, just get used to getting back in front of the children, try and build a good relationship with your new CT and remind yourself of all the reasons why you wanted to do this! Some teachers aren't very good at having a student. It can be difficult to let your class go and give them to someone else. We can be very possessive. However, that doesn't excuse bullying, but you will find that most teachers aren't like that. I'm sure your new CT will be much different and you will find yourself, in two or three weeks' time, teaching at the front and loving it! I had a very difficult final placement two years ago. I was soooo close to failing, but I worked my butt off and proved that I had the abilities to be a good teacher. My CT didn't think I would, but my mentor fought for me, having to remind her I was just a student. Now I am so happy with my own class, was graded outstanding by Ofsted and am looking forward to starting in Year 6 in September. The joy will come back to you, I know. Just try and push away all the negatives you've had recently and remember that the new CT won't know much about you, so it's a chance to start afresh. Good luck! Let us know how it goes.