Hi all. I recently started my first teaching post in a KS2 school. However, I am only trained in EYFS and KS1, before accepting the job my university did say that during my placement I'd be able to go in and teach KS2 in my time out of the classroom I was based in, so I accepted the job in high hopes that I'd get my KS2 experience as well. However this never happened as there was another student in her final placement in the year group I needed the experience in. I still decided to go into this job as I did not want to let the school down after accepting the job. I am really struggling and not enjoying KS2 whatsoever, despite attempting to try and brush up on the curriculum over the summer, and speaking to other teachers about the curriculum I still feel clueless. I know we're only two weeks in, but I cannot imagine doing this for a year. When I used to teach EYFS and KS1 during my training, I made learning fun and that was something that was always picked up on during obs. But I feel I cannot do that in KS2, maybe it's because of my lack of experience, and my general worry about teaching areas I have never taught before. I let my mentor know I was struggling and she was supportive at first, but then I ended up in tears to her again and she was just rude and asked me 'do you even want to be a teacher anymore' which really hurt because I have worked my socks off to get to where I am now. Anyway, I really want to give this some time, which I will- but the last opportunity to hand in notices to leave in December is October 31st, so if I am still feeling like this, do I hand my notice in? I have been in tears for the past two weeks, because I just do not enjoy it. I know teachers all get moved around during their career, but I feel for my NQT year I really need to be in a year group where I have experience, as I feel this would allow me to build a good base and eventually build up to KS2 again if and when I was moved into another year group. You know when you walk through the door to a school and your heart is in it? I just don't get that feeling. I dread going in everyday Has anybody got experience of completing their NQT year in different schools? I'm just worried if I leave no other school will want me, and worried my school wont write me a reference after how rude my mentor was to me when I got upset.