We all know about the recruitment and retention crisis blighting the teaching profession but it would be lovely to hear from those who decided to work in education again after a short break or years away from the classroom. Have you been lured back into the classroom following a career break or working in a different industry? What made you decide to work in education again? How easy/hard was it to return to teaching? Are you still in the same role that you had when you left the profession? If you have changed roles, was this your decision or was it because of your time away from education? Are you glad you made the move to return to teaching or working in education? What did you miss about teaching and what do you love or appreciate more doing the job now? It would be really interesting and inspiring to read about your reasons/experiences. Share your tips about your journey/route back into teaching. Has your time away from the profession made you a better teacher?