recruitment season is just opening and I need to move schools for geographic regions. I have been involved in some TERRIBLE schools before and I don't want to end up somewhere where I'm going to sacrifice my personal life, work 60 hours a week and justify my entire existence with needless paperwork. When I ended up in a place where I was seriously bullied before, there were absolutely no signs of what the management would be like. I asked questions about data, behaviour etc. and was reassured that the 'trust take work/life balance extremely seriously and there was no need for meaningless data etc.' That turned out to be a lie, but that's another story. My plea: -what do I need to look for to discern if a school is good or bad? -what questions should I ask? -what are the warning signs that I'm being lied to by management? All school websites and management tours are as informative as North Korean tour guides. I would greatly appreciate some help!