- Let the reader know the reason you are writing this letter.
- Express your support and encourage him about the situation.
- End with a note asking him to reach out to you for any help that he may need.
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[Subject: Normally bold, summarizes the intention of the letter] -Optional-
Dear [Recipients Name],
I would like you to know how proud I am to see your result.
These findings are only about your academics, but I know how much more of a talented person you are. You play instruments, speak many languages and play so many sports. Although I would encourage you to do your best, I would also say you must never let go of these other talents.
I am always there for you, having your back should you want to explore anything new.
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cc: [Name of copy recipient] - Optional -
Letter of encouragement to a student.
Further things to consider when writing encouragement letters to students
Encouragement letters are letters you write to give someone confidence, support, and hope. Such letters are written to motivate people to do something that seems impossible or give them hope during difficult times. The objective of encouragement letters is to put a smile on people's face and help them have a positive outlook when facing a difficult situation. If drafted honestly, and passionately, these letters can have a powerful impact on others and encourage them to do greater things.
Encouragement letters are often prompted by circumstances that need to be endured. Therefore sincerity is important when writing them. Be truthful and practical. If you do not believe that the recipient can get through the situation, do not tell them that they can. Maintain a positive tone and focus on what can be achieved. Avoid strong language that may discourage the recipient. Mention the required suggestions or instructions for such situations. Clearly express your support and encourage the recipient to go ahead with his/her decision. Motivate the recipient and inspire him/her to reach his goal. Keep the letter short and to the point and avoid adding unnecessary details. End on a positive note and offer to give assistance if needed.
Letters to Students
Letters to students are letters written to people who are learning in colleges or universities. Such letters could be from teachers/lecturers or the administration. They can be addressed to a specific student, students of a specific module/course, or all students in an institution. Letters to students can be written to address behaviors in students, give information about a certain course or module, or announce an important date in an institution. Depending on the sender and the content, these letters can be formal or informal.
When writing letters to students, you need to evaluate the content and the relationship you have with the recipient. For instance, if you are writing to give advice to one of your favorite students, make the letter personal and friendly. However, if you are addressing a group of students on matters concerning an academic program, use a formal and professional tone. Regardless, all your letters must have a clear subject line that explains your purpose. Convey your message directly, highlighting and bolding important information. If you are giving instructions, arrange the instructions in bullets or numbers. Conclude with a call to action and sign the letter with your full name, title, and signature.