I qualified in Northern Ireland at the start of summer last year and I was very fortunate to take up post as an NQT in a school in England. I have been there for two terms but I fear my days in this school are coming to their end. After a meeting with the NQT tutor and a member of SLT, they informed me that they think if I spend a third term in this school that I will not pass. This news was a bit of a bombshell dropped on me as although I knew there were weaknesses which needed development I thought I was meeting the different points of the action plan which had been given to me in December and my own tutor assured me that I was making good progress. I am now very much at a cross roads where one side I stay where I am running the risk of failing while the other I take a chance into the deep unknown with the chance of starting afresh. The school I am at was ranked as 'inadequate' in the most recent OFSTED visit and I have felt for a while that it may not be the right school (Or indeed the right sector) for me but receiving this news yesterday was still a blow which I had not expected to be dealt. I have banked one successful term with the school and I have grown very fond of many of the children who I teach. I worry what will happen to some of these young people if I leave as they need the support in their life but the meeting yesterday has left a bit of a sour taste in my mouth. Throughout all of the lessons which I have taught today, I have had a thought of "am I even good enough to be here" niggling at the back of my mind. Has anyone been in a similar situation to me? What should I do? Please help me as I have never felt as flat as I have felt since that fateful meeting yesterday afternoon.