I am finding teaching so hard at the moment and I really don't feel like I can cope with the stress that comes with this profession. I have come home today, not for the first time, with an awful headache, generally feeling ill and unable to stop crying. It's making me feel like some kind of mental person! In January my year 11 English Language results came through and I got a really good 72% A*-C with a mixed group that I had taken on from supply teachers half way through year 10 and spent hours of holiday time working on coursework with them as they had none etc. However, all the pupils that hadn't passed were taken from our classes and put into retake groups and taught by our HOD and DOF. They collapsed their classes and shared them out between the rest of us. I lost 6 and gained 12. I had a group of 31 pupils to get through literature, pupils I had never met and were incredibly disruptive. Soon after we had a faculty review and I ended up being observed with them. Previously I had gained 'Good' with 'Outstanding features, this time I was judged as unsatisfactory. Since then I even had a panic attack and no help was offered to me in regards to this group and they left in May. Recently as a result of that one observation I was almost forced into having extra observations to 'improve' my teaching. Now my confidence is gone, I cannot focus on anything at work and I feel really anxious about having anybody in my class and I've got an observation next week. I don't know how I will take getting a bad result and I'm so so worried about it that I think I probably will. I'm starting to hate my job and starting to feel sick every morning when I go in. I don't know what to do anymore... please help!