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Teacher Welcome Letter

A welcome letter is written to greet a person to join a community. This letter is written to welcome a teacher to the teaching group of the school. This letter is issued by the management of the school to the new employee. This letter will help the new employee to feel comfortable and help him/her to perform better.

In the sample, a school authority writes this letter to welcome a newly appointed teacher and assures him, the authority is always by your side.

Teacher Welcome Letter Sample


Sarah Harrison

R-90, second floor,

Henry Jams tower

Reverend Street, London


21st Aug’14

Dear Miss Harrison,

Subject: Welcoming you to our school teaching authorities

I am writing this letter on behalf of Montfort School, London. Through this letter, I would like to welcome you to the teaching group of our school. We have decided to hire you for the post of English teacher. Your credentials and past working experience were truly impressive.

I would like to tell you that our school is one of the most reputed schools in London. I am glad to welcome you to our institution. Our school has been the pinnacle of learning. We expect our employees to maintain the name and reputation of the school in the future as well.

Your job will be to teach elementary English to the students of 7th grade. This will include teaching, conduction of internal test and writing of question papers. I hope that you shall be interested in this offer and revert back with your acceptance letter soon.

Thank you

Jack Henderson

HR Department

Montfort school

Given Below are a few Welcome Letter samples for a clearer Idea.

Conference Welcome Letter
A conference welcome letter is written to welcome a person at a conference, organized by a group of people.

Church Welcome Letter
A Church welcome letter is generally written to welcome those who are considered as the guests of the church.

New Employee Welcome Letter
New employee welcome letter is a formal letter written to announce the arrival of the employee along with a cordial welcome message.

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