I am doing a secondary PGCE and I am not sure what to do about my mentor's behaviour towards me. Most of the time she is okay and supportive. But, at times she can make very personal comments about me. I am 22-years old, finished uni this year and she brings up my age a lot, saying I am the youngest member of staff. As I was getting into my car, she said my trousers were too tight for school - they were just plain black, fitted work trousers, which I wore with a cardigan and smart shoes. I can be quiet sometimes if I am getting on with work or busy, but I will chat to colleagues too. She says that when I am being quiet that I come across as rude, when I am not, I am just getting on with work. She said that I will struggle to build relationships if I do this. This comment made me feel awful, as if something was wrong with me. She said that a member of staff said I was rude to them, I asked who and she wouldn't tell me. I said that I did not like that staff were talking about me, and she said that it was 'normal' for them to. I just don't know what to do about my mentor. She made personal comments to me before I was about to be observed by my university tutor, so I was upset and tense even before my lesson had began. As a result, I was a little strict and on-edge during my observation. I found her timing of these comments to be very unfair considering I was about to be observed by uni and was nervous anyway. I don't know if to complain to university about this, or what to do. She says my teaching is fine, but is always making personal comments about my personality or me as a person, or she will say that other staff talk about me, which makes me self concious. Can someone advise me?