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11 Tips to Write a Teacher Retirement Letter

We have presented the best tips to make your writing effective teacher retirement letter.

  • Compose it on your official letterhead as this an official correspondence.
  • Write it in the standard format of business letter writing.
  • Keep the tone sincere and balanced. Though it is very sensitive and emotional piece of writing, do not go over the top.
  • Write your name, department, college/university, address and contact details followed by the same details of the recipient.
  • Enter the current date on which you sent it.
  • Create a factual and simple subject line. Make it meaningful without getting vogue.
  • State the purpose of your writing with a personal touch in the opening paragraph. Get straight to the point without providing detailed information about the background. Provide the date of your retirement.
  • Mention the tenure of your service in the middle paragraph. Write some lines to express your emotions on leaving your current institution.
  • Express your gratitude to the board and management of the institution. Write a note of thankfulness for all your fellow workers.
  • Conclude it with a positive and emotional gesture. Request the recipient to inform you if there is any requirement of your services even after your retirement.
  • Proofread it carefully to draft an error free letter. Letter with grammatical, spelling or punctuation error may harm your credibility as it is written by a teacher.

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