How to get a charter school back in your life

A teacher who quit after the closure of his primary school is now trying to get another one back.

The man, whose name has been suppressed, quit his job at the Royal Victoria Grammar School in Sydney’s south-west after the school closed.

The new school, which opened last year, was in the process of closing when Mr Copley, a member of the royal family, was named as a key player in the school’s decision to shut down.

“We had an opportunity to go and see our new school and I said, ‘I want to go see it and if it’s good, I’ll go back to school’,” he said.

“It was great to be back and I think it’s been fantastic to be able to help people back into their lives.”

The school’s closing is part of a wider government-backed review into how schools should operate, including a focus on the closure and closure of schools in poor communities.

“I think it was the right thing to do, especially for the students that I had to support, especially in the context of a big government programme that was under way at the time,” he said of the closure.

“The government needs to do more to help children and I don’t think that the state government is doing enough.”

He said he was “baffled” when the school opened in 2010 and left in 2014 to work as a teacher at another school in Sydney.

“At the time I didn’t really understand why the government was so keen to have the school open,” he explained.

“They were just doing this for a political purpose and I didn, like, understood why.”

Mr Copleys education teacher skills had been deteriorating in the past five years, and he was hoping the school would be able re-open soon.

“To me it just looked like a good time to go back and see my old school,” he recalled.

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