Ok, my first question is how many classes a week do you take? You said you have been doing ballet for a year, how old are you? Next, are you dancing on a sprung floor, if you aren't then that could be part of the issues you are having. I would be concerned next with the level and type of training you are receiving. If you are being rushed to go en pointe, in hopes of having a career...you might be rushed into not having one or having a very short career if you are already in this amount of pain. If your teacher isn't the studio owner, I would talk to them about your concerns. Most people aren't rushed to go en pointe after one year. It's not enough time for you to learn the skills in the proper way that you need to know so you don't get injured. Also, dancing everyday with NO break isn't good for your body. You are overworking it and that in itself can lead to injure and soreness. You need a day to rest and let your body recover. If you haven't, talk to your parents about this and let them know you are concerned about the pain and how your training is going.