Following a number of false allegations from students at my school, I was suspended pending investigation. I know the next few details are perhaps ultimately irrelevant, but I'd like to offer context regardless. Firstly, I've had issues with this school since Day #1. I could rattle off a list of minor annoyances, but the main issues I've had is little-to-no support and behavioural problems. I've had students outright threaten to get me sacked, threaten to fight me, swear at me, get up in my face to intimate me, attempt to steal from me, and send abusive messages via social media. I've reported all incidents (with evidence) and received no follow-up on any of them, and I think at most two incidents did the students get so much as a detention. In addition, I've discovered a member of staff made a malicious, false statement about me which I had intended to formally write about the day I was suspended. Whilst it's most likely a coincidence, the day prior to my suspension I had raised a safeguarding concerning regarding another member of staff. As I said, irrelevant as student allegations need to be investigated, but I'd already had a hard time with the school and had planned on leaving. I've got representation from a union, but I'm already extremely worried about my future because I know it's essentially their word against mine. I'm going to go into this meeting, deny these allegations and...then what? I'm also an NQT, so I can't say this has been the most successful of starts to a career I am (was?) extremely passionate about. Any advice? I'm scared, quite honestly.