Hi all, I'm not sure if this is the right forum to be posting this on but am hoping you might be able to offer some advice. I've been at my school for 6 years now, having joined SLT 2 years ago. Earlier in the summer term I was signed off work with anxiety and later was then admitted to hospital with severe depression. I returned to work this term on a phased return, which I'm grateful to my school for allowing me to do over an extended period (I'm due to be full time just after Oct half term hopefully). However since being back I've found the pace of working and the general expectations to just be too much. I'm having to ask teachers for things that are stretching them and I'm feeling the pressure too. I hate to say it but since coming back I've found I'm not entirely sure this is the school for me any more. I get home from work and am utterly exhausted and have to have a nap just to get some energy back! My husband and I want to relocate anyway, and this is the main reason for moving schools, but are making the decision when we do that based on when I can move schools. Is it a bad idea leaving at Christmas and not seeing the year through or is it best to find a job that could make you happy? Basically what I'm trying to ask is, is it a better idea to see the year through or cut my losses and find a new job for January?? Very grateful for any advice you have.