Hi all I’m primary school teacher after some advice. Currently, I have been struggling keeping on top of everything at school due to a combination of factors – fatigue, home life issues, struggling with organisation etc and so my headteacher/head of dept held a meeting with me to discuss going on an action plan. I had no issues with the meeting and with what they said – I agreed with the issues raised as I have already been discussing the ongoing problems with my wife. However, I have decided that it is time to move on from teaching as, although I like being in the classroom, I am beginning to hate the constant pressures and demands on time, workload etc. I am increasingly resentful of having to work in my evenings and weekends and feel this is probably a good sign that it is time to move on. I don't want to stay and end up bitter and resentful or suffering from stress or mental health issues. So my question is how to proceed from here? I am keen to keep it amenable at school – I have no personal issues with anyone there etc so would like to leave on a positive note. Do I plan to stay until Easter (handing in my notice at the appropriate time before that) or would it be better to push for an earlier exit? (I am planning to go into day-to-day supply teaching in the short term to pay the bills before finding a permanent position outside of teaching) Many thanks!