The experience I've had at this long-term supply position this term just goes against everything that I stand for, and believe in, and am really unsure whether or not to stay or go. Relative job 'security' until Christmas, or leaving somewhere that is making me unhappy? I don't want to give too many details, but basically I've been working part-time since Easter and paid on a day-to-day basis, but working 8-6 with hours in the evening plus probably 5-7 hours additionally on my days off/weekends that I obviously don't get paid for. Have fulfilled the role of class teacher, with all of the end of year reporting, assessments,data, marking, parents evenings, after school meetings, emailing/calling parents, rewards,sanctions, working through every lunch and break, etc. Classes have been very difficult settling with a new teacher, particularly one group which has been really resistant to change, but it's an exam group so school has kicked up fuss about it. Agency 'consultant' did not contact me again after getting me the role - never replied to texts, phone calls or emails. Eventually I emailed asking if she was getting my emails or not as I had never heard from her again, and she didn't reply (again!) Eventually she texted me offering 'consultant support' for issues I was (allegedly!) experiencing in the role, without having spoken to me at all about my experience, only having evidently spoken to HR. I told her that I would have preferred that she spoke to me before making assumptions, which she ignored. I then said that I was reconsidering staying with the agency and the school, which again she ignored, but obviously then told the school that I was leaving, without speaking to me personally at all. Yesterday, I got a call from another agency offering me my position from September. I emailed HR at the school to ask them if this was my role readvertised, which they ignored. HoD spoke to me this morning telling me he thought it was best 'not to be honest' and that I can stay if I want but they will have a 'back-up plan' in place if I decide to leave. All of the under-handedness and going behind my back and no-one speaking to me directly and finding out that my (albeit temp/supply) job is being readvertised from another agency leaves a really bad taste in my mouth. I don't feel unhappy or stressed in myself because I can put the job in perspective and know that it's just the nature of supply and that I can leave if I want- realistically I know that all of the issues that I've been experiencing, particularly after regularly reading this forum, are just par for the course for supply teachers, but the way things have been handled, and all of underhanded behaviour and blame that has been piled my way goes against everything I believe in, and I think it's just the most unprofessional way to treat someone which I strongly disagree with. What would you do?