I was signed off with WRS a week before Easter, mainly due to the stress caused by SLT observing me every week (I think it's informal capability, but I'm not sure) over what is apparently two low-level (not a big issue) parental complaints. With no end-date, and vague, perhaps-threats of capability if I objected to the observations going over the suggested three times/three hours, I think it's unsurprising I was signed off. Just been back to my doctor, and have been signed off again, backdated to the end of my previous sick note, until the weekend after term starts again. My question is, what about work over Easter? Obviously it would be a wonderful world if we never had to do any marking etc over Easter, but that's not the situation most of us are in. I have 90 yr8 essays (end of unit assessment) done about a week before I was signed off - can school expect me to come back with them marked? I cannot personally mark that many in the free time over a week, but would it be expected? Additionally, I was working on a scheme of work for a book that another teacher is teaching this coming term. The department were aware I would be finishing it off over Easter - am I still obliged to do this? There is a lot of work to do on it to make it useable for other people. Thanks in advance.