I left a school in 2010 after being targeted by a bully with previous form (and subsequent form too - my successor walked out too not long after starting). I didn't sign a CA when I left. I'm now permanently employed at an excellent school with a very supportive head teacher. I had an exit interview with the LEA HR a few months after I left, at which I made it very clear how unhappy I was about the behaviour of the bully. I also made it clear that I believed that the bully would target others in future (which first happened soon afterwards when my successor was targeted). Incidentally, I foolishly assumed that HR represented the LEA and would act to deal with badly behaved staff in schools, although I now am lead to believe that HR, in effect, work for schools, so no surprise that they haven't done a great deal to prevent further bullying by the person who targeted me. I also wrote to the Chair of Governors after I had left detailing my experience and asking for an apology; I was sent a non-response in which the CoG said that as I had left the school, nothing would be followed up, even though all the key staff were still in post. Having read various posts here (aren't the breaks from the children great to catch up things which have been bugging you?), I now wonder whether I should do something to put my complaints and concerns into the public domain. it concerns me that anyone researching the school - where the bully is still in post - will find nothing to indicate that I, my predecessor, my successor, one further teacher and a teaching assistant have all had time off school due to bully-induced stress injuries, and that four of us have left to work elsewhere, all in a short six year campaign of intimidation by the bully in question. So, should I name and shame the person who tried to bully me? And if so, where and how? And if not, is there anything I can do to help those who are being (or who are yet to be) badly treated by this bully?