Share via Email Trying to make a job application stand out can be tricky. Paul K Ainsworth shares his golden rules with us. Do you need to write a letter of application in addition to completing the section in the application form which is entitled further information? My advice is simple, do both.
I have been given no guidelines at all by the school so I have done my best. Please can you read the letter below and tell me if it is okay and what I could do to improve it. I believe myself to be a very mature, hardworking and dedicated individual.
The reason for completing these qualifications early is because I thrive off a constant challenge and always strive to reach my full potential. I have been homeschooled throughout secondary school and therefore, much of the qualification content has been self-taught.
Aside from studying, I take part in many extra-curricular activities. I have recently become a member of St John Ambulance and meet with the other members once a week. I will soon undergo first aid training and volunteer on first aid duties for local community events.
In addition to this, over the last three years, I have been tutoring children aged in Arabic. I also tutor a year 8 student in mathematics and science. Moreover, I frequently volunteer at my former primary school, helping to organise fundraising events, producing flyers and posters to advertise these events and supervising students for off-site trips.
I currently support an EAL student and give her one-to-one lessons twice a week to help her learn English as a second language. I have also completed about 30 hours of work experience in an art studio as well as two days work experience at a local dental clinic over the Christmas holidays.
In my spare time, I enjoy reading, swimming and web design. I have chosen to study Biology, Chemistry, Physics and English Literature A levels and I believe that I will enjoy the intellectual challenge these subjects provide. I also enjoy the GCSE study of these subjects and find science especially very intriguing.
In the future, I would like to study medicine so believe that these subjects, along with the Mathematics A level I am sitting this year, will be a good basis for university study as the sciences complement each other well and English Literature will give me a well rounded spectrum of study.
I understand that extensive work experience is needed for entry into medicine. I intend to volunteer for two or three hours a week over a period of at least a year, so that I can gain a valuable insight into working in a caring role.
Thank you for taking the time to read this letter and for considering my application for the sixth form next year.If you are applying to restart or continue your studies with us, you will need to enclose a letter with your application form, explaining why you would like to do so.
Your application must include an up to date reference from your last school or college. Letter Writing In this printable computer lesson, students learn the basic format for letter writing.
They get practice in word processing while typing their own business or friendly letter. Jan 14, · I am currently writing a letter to the sixth form as an attacthment for the entry form.
What should i include? If you have ever writen a letter of Status: Resolved. Duties will include: one school supervision each week; parent evenings and other school functions as directed by the Sixth Form Pastoral Team and Mrs Peet. Applications and selection process: Please write a letter of application addressed to Mrs Rawlings (including your name, year and tutor group).
Nov 14, · On Wednesday afternoon the 6th form football team played Camp Hill at Southam. Southam started the game brightly and passed the ball neatly and threatened down both flanks. Southam had a number of opportunities to score but the Camp Hill goalkeeper was in fine form and Southam couldn’t make the breakthrough.
Camp Hill took an. When completed, the application form, together with the £25 registration fee* (cheques made payable to Bristol Grammar School), should be sent to: Admissions Office, Bristol Grammar School, University Road, Bristol, BS8 1SR.