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Travel and tourism letter for a school trip.

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6/12/10 Dear Parents, Re: Travel and Tourism trip to The Tower of London Friday 10/12/10 Our first travel and tourism trip of the school year will be to the Tower of London this Friday. The purpose of the trip is to visit one of London's major tourist attractions. During the visit they will have the opportunity to look around the Tower of London and hopefully see the Crown Jewels. There will also be an education session led by one of the Tower of London staff on travel and tourism related issues such as customer service, guest care, marketing and so on. ...read more.


If your son or daughter qualifies for a free school meal then please indicate this on the reply slip. I will be returning to school but it may be more convenient if your son/ daughter goes home from Turnpike Lane or another station enroute from Tower Hill. If you do not want your child to come back to school please tick the appropriate box on the reply slip I look forward to meeting you all in the future. If you have any concerns with your son/ daughter and their travel and tourism work I am always very happy to meet with you. ...read more.


Student Name......................................... Tutor Group........................... My son/daughter does not have any medical conditions/ does have a medical condition(s) Delete as appropriate. Please list any medical conditions that your child suffers from 1. 2. 3. My son/daughter has free school meals/ does not have free school meals. Delete as appropriate At the end of the day I would like my son/daughter to return to school with the teachers Yes/No At the end of the day I give my permission for my child to leave the group at Turnpike Lane. Yes/ No At the end of the day I would like my child to leave the group at.......................... station and they will not return to school with the teachers. Parental signature....................................... Date............................... ...read more.

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An very good example of a letter written to explain the logistics of a school trip. There is a lot of information and it is generally set out logically and clearly.
The language used is clear and simple.
Follows all standard procedures used in schools when sending out a letter to parents.
the reply slips at the end need careful reading and could cause confusion but this is more because of all the information rather than not written clearly.
Register and tone are pitched correctly.

Marked by teacher Katie Dixon 10/02/2012

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