I'm in my fifth year of teaching in primary. I've recently taken on leadership of lower ks2 classes (3 mixed classes) and have led science for 4 years. I teach full time and love my job but am struggling with workload. In addition to the above (including the obvious reports, assessment, planning, marking, class assemblies etc), I am doing an npqml for middle leadership, mentoring an nqt, have a pgce student in my class, run the year 5 residential, run netball squad and environment council, run nqt courses and more. My job description has not changed since 2012 so covers none of the above and I do not receive any release time (beyond regular ppa) or tlr. I love all the things I do with school and would hate to give anything up but am struggling to get work complete and am feeling very stressed. I work at least 60 hours a week and delegate where I can. I have approached senior leadership but they won't give me regular release time to help. Another member of staff does pretty much the same as me (slightly less in fact) and gets a morning a week release time. Feeling very frustrated. My head seems to think I have to give up the things I love in order to lessen my workload but this seems very unfair. Just a bit frustrated. Any advice welcome!