If you are fond of the profession of a teacher, accept our congratulations while you’ve made the right choice. But to become a good teacher, you should find a good job at school first. Submitting your CV is a must, however, for teachers, it is necessary to write a teacher cover letter, as well.
On average, every school gets 13 CVs every year. Does it sound amazing to you? We bet now you imagined how many competitors you have and started to worry. But there are no reasons for worries. Yes, the competition is high but you should put some effort to stand out from the crowd. And a perfect teacher cover letter will help you do that.
If your teacher cover letter is the same as the rest, they will open it and close the same moment without even reading it till the end. They read hundreds of similar letters and if it doesn’t stand out and isn’t special, no one will pay attention to it. So, if writing a teacher cover letter is not your forte, you will need to practice a bit to increase your chances.
This post will help you do it. Below, you will find tips and learn all the tricks on how to write your teacher cover letter. So, before you even start to work on it, learn all the information thoroughly and make sure you know how to write your cover letter correctly. It will help you get your position hassle-free!
Don’t hurry up to start writing your letter at once. You should do some things before starting. Do not neglect those steps while they are crucial for your success:
Pay attention to the following tips that will make your writing process much easier:
A cover letter is a very brief document covering some of your skills and your wish to be accepted to a particular educational establishment as a teacher (and, of course, the reasons for which you are the best of the candidates). “Brief” is a very wide notion for everyone, isn’t it? So let’s make sure that a brief teacher cover letter shouldn’t be longer than one page. It looks like a sort of essay that you used to write in college or university.
And your teacher cover letter should consist of three paragraphs only. Let’s look at each of them in detail:
Here is a good sample for any teacher cover letter, don’t hesitate to use it for writing your own one.
If you know the full name of the reader, you should mention it in the headlines, start with a greeting:
After that, mention the applied position and (if possible) the honors of the school:
Time to state your skills, experience, or achievements:
Thank the reader for his/her time:
Mention that you have attached your CV:
Finish your letter officially but politely:
Don’t forget to attach your full name and contact details.
Full name of the addressee
Dear Mr. or Ms. (Last Name),
I have come across a teaching position in your elementary school on your website. Your establishment is a well-known leader in the English language among all the elementary schools in our city. I was highly impressed by the achievements of your language club. I have a large experience in teaching first-third grade students and apart from my classroom work, I have been good at arranging language contests.
I am sure that my working experience and leadership skills will be very helpful in your school. I am intended to contribute to the success of your school by preparing students and winning the Olympiads on the state level. I have several working plans for reaching this goal and some valuable experience in preparing second-grade students for such events.
Thank you for your time spent to read about my personality. I hope to keep discussing our common goals in the interview. I’ve attached the CV and hopefully, it will help you learn more about my work and skills. I hope to get your reply soon.
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