Teacher bullied by Management etc- Warning: Content is adult only(4 Posts)
The aim of this is to show the consequences of this behaviour and to help anyone else who needs it: it is very common in teaching- I found out later.
Teaching in the school for 14 years . Went on sabbatical but not allowed to use new skills- work given to other staff. Called a nickname(staff).One winter off work for 2 weeks due to exhaustion (unusual for me) Head Teacher unplanned visit- reason for visit unclear as another had been off for 6 months and not visited .he was of course her favourite and given special work when he returned. 2 years later- trouble with emotional life. Called into office : yes, I looked pale and Head stating my work not up to standard -students bored. This was the start of disciplinary process but not told as Head in a real state .Continued with Head always getting me into her office and just screaming. Warning letters shoved in pig hole.Made late for my classes Manager friend (Sales) isited me as I was looking ill, really ill and checked contract-Head not follwing as no representatiive and harrassment charge Took grievance but rep seemed incapable. Rep turning up uninvited and stating resign leave teaching . Pesters my relative bad-mouthing me really not on.Relatives elderly. State as no support I will seek legal advice but rep unwilling .
Now very ill- medical advice stating damage to my health- another Manger friend recommends suing for Constructive - have to resign.Told I may not teach in any other scool in vicinity Offered another job but no reference Staff rep wants me to pop in and see them socially Explain I cannot do this. Colleagues turning up uninvited- please do not leave teaching. Ask Rep to please stop uninvited isits _ too late- am sexually assaulted in my own home. Eventual hospital admission . Leave teaching
What on earth has this got to do with doctors?? Sorry you have lost me there
More (and more expert) advice probably on the TES (Times Educational Supplement) forums (especially in "Workplace Dilemmas") www.tes.co.uk/forums.aspx
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