Follow Up Letter After Teaching Job Interview

By | December 9, 2014

A follow up letter after teaching job interview is a letter which is written by a candidate or applicant to a prospective employment in order to follow up after a job interview for a teaching position. The letter must reiterate on the interest of the candidate for the job and should be framed formally.

Sample Follow Up Letter After Teaching Job Interview:

To,

David Mathews

Principal

St. Xavier’s School, Birmingham

United Kingdom

Date: 19th June 2014

Subject: follow up letter after teaching job interview

Respected Sir,

I, Julia Pascal am writing this letter to you as a follow up to my teaching job interview at your prestigious school. I attended a job interview for the position of an English teacher for the senior school on 17th June 2014 at 1 pm.

Sir, I would like to reiterate on the fact that I am very interested in this teaching job position and would be giving my best for it, if given a chance. I have a work experience of 7 years in this field and possess many skills which every English teacher must possess. I am hardworking, disciplined, have good leadership and teaching abilities and can develop an individual rapport with each student. I have taught in classrooms of big strengths earlier as well and would be able to do it here too.

You asked me whether I would be okay about staying back after school and I would like to say that I would be more than willing.

Thanking you

Hope to hear from you soon

Julia Pascal