Hi, I am currently the early years leader in a primary school. I was appointed last September at a point in my career when I felt on top of my game, was really enthusiastic about my abilities as an early years teacher and had just done three years in an amazing school where I was given brilliant leadership opportunities and had been really happy. New role however has been a disaster, my new team were so resistant to having a new (younger) leader that they were complete *** - slagged me off continuously both to my face and behind my back, refused to make changes, undermined me, made false allegations against me for a laugh! Its been a nightmare and left me feeling broken, like I can't even teach let alone lead. I desperately want to leave as really feel I want to be happy, I've applied for the same role again in another school, much more similar in catchment to my first school. I've been offered an interview however I know from a conversation with my current head that the one who will be interviewing me had major concerns about why I was looking to leave after only a year.... how can I explain this? I don't want to just slag off my current school as I don't think its very professional but I need a valid explanation that still makes me sound desirable and like I can do my job!! HELP!