Hi All, I am a data manager at a secondary school and have been with my current employer for nearly 5 years. I am in dispute with my employer and I have gotten a solicitor involved. It's all long and complicated - related to discrimination, harassment etc etc. All nasty stuff. I've stayed working for purely financial reasons. But I am at my witts end and know that I have to leave soon for my own well-being. My employer has been given until Tuesday next week to respond to the allegations put to them by my solicitor. I have a feeling they will not respond well - obviously. I have accused them of several breaches of contract. As would be expected given the circumstances, I know I will have to resign soon, regardless of my financial needs. My line manager is a deputy head teacher. My dispute is with the head teacher, the business manager and another deputy head teacher. When I do resign, should I give the letter to my direct line manager or to the head teacher? Can I just resign with immediate effect (not work my notice period) because I believe they have breached our contract? If I resign with immediate effect, can I just give whoever the letter at the end of my last day and never come back? Thanks in advance for any advice.