My phased return started 2 weeks ago. I was told by the Head to take it at my own pace and to approach any members of staff I feel comfortable with, to organise my own support. I feel like I have been wondering around being a burden on my colleagues who are too busy to spend time with me bringing me up to date with what I've missed since November. Staff I have managed to timetable a session with have unfortunately been off due to illness or having to attend a meeting that had just been scheduled etc and this hasn't been rescheduled. In two weeks, the Head hasn't asked to meet me once. I organised a meeting with the Deputy who more or less bullied me back into the classroom. As part of my Occ Health agreement, the Head agreed to me having support to bring me back up to date / speed before teaching again, so I didn't start off being behind and back to square one. As I haven't had any of this support, I told the Deputy I felt this was unfair as I was promised this. She told me the Head hasn't fed back to her any of the agreements. This morning was my first time back in class. Did I get a visit from any of the SLT? Any words of encouragement? Was I checked up on, making sure that I was ok and that the children were ok? NOTHING. Surely there are strict guidelines of what should happen support wise during a phased return for a member of staff who has been off with anxiety, depression and stress?