In our school, TAs are observed. One of my TAs is currently under performing and her PM leader has asked to re-observe her. In fairness to my TA, (despite some serious problems in her practice), it wasn't a great lesson from me although I was and am very much struggling with morning sickness and fatigue. I'm really unhappy with this for several reasons. In the past, other members of SLT with more than 1 TA to observe in my class have done it as a joint observation to reduce pressure on teachers. This SLT member insists on doing them separately so I had 2 times in the last week of term where she was in my classroom for an hour at a time. Observations by other members of SLT have also been significantly shorter. Some of her feedback was also very unrealistic and, I felt, unfair to my TA. There are definitely areas to work on but there were some things that are just impractical. I feel very much that I am also being scrutinised and it is stressing me out despite the fact that my planning has been graded outstanding, my observations are good/outstanding and the rest of SLT have made it clear there are no concerns with my teaching. This SLT member has demanded to see her in a specific subject with a specific group of children. I've had to change my routine and time table to accommodate the observation. I have a large number of children in my class with SEND who rely on routine and structure. Feeling like I'm being watched all the time really increases my anxiety. I do have a diagnosed mental illness and my school are aware of this. I am no longer taking medication because I am pregnant. I am really stressed about this, at a time when I'm dealing with pregnancy hormones/sickness/fatigue and managing anxiety and depression without medication. I have raised my concerns with the SLT member and they have fallen on deaf ears. I don't want to rock the boat by going higher. What are the general rules on this? Are there any? Am I being ridiculous?