Im a 22 year old NQT with a degree in Primary education. I've always wanted to be a teacher and did really well at uni during my placements etc and left with a 2:1. Long story short, I went into a full time position the September after graduation. The school did not support me whatsoever and expected a lot of me with no guidance of how to achieve it. Unfortunately in the January of that year I decided to leave as I was on track to failing the year if I stayed there with the lack of support. This broke my love of teaching. I went into a customer service job shortly after to get some money and with the ideal that teaching was not for me. This job then made me realise I did really want to do it. With the help of an agency I found a school that would take me on the next September for the two remaining terms of my NQT year. I would stay with the agency while doing this and the idea was when I passed, they would take me on permanently. I was excited and agreed to this. Fast forward to last month after not making the expected progress in autumn 2016, my headteacher said I needed to leave the school as I was in danger of failing my NQT year and not being able to teach again. This was due to having only two terms to make progress as the first school was not successful. My current situation is left with myself doing supply work but not enjoying or wanting to go back into teaching. I am primarily doing it for the money. My love teaching has vanished and it kills me. What can I do with a Primary teaching degree that's not a teacher? I'm absolutely stuck and have no idea what to do next! Please help! Any advice would be massively appreciated!