Request to School to Change Class

Placement / Allocation - Different Subjects

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Description:

Letter to school applying for change of class, with a description of why the child is better fit to the subjects in one class to another class. This is a letter to the school expressing dissatisfaction in the child’s current class allocation and requests for a change of class which is the parent’s or child’s preferred choice.

The rationale being that a specific subject(s) provided by the other class is more suitable for the child since he/she has been taking it in the lower forms and has excelled in it, while also particularly fostering a keen interest in the process, so it is essential that he/she takes the advanced class in his/her senior year. This is in line with the school’s emphasis on the interests of the student apart from simply focusing on academic and extra-curricular records.

The benefits of taking an advanced class include preparing him/her for his preferred subject choice in college which is similar/related to the advanced class, while also being more able to distinguish himself/herself academically among classmates since he/she has very little interest in the other subject(s) in the current class. Lastly, a call for a follow-up meeting (if necessary) is suggested in order to have a deeper understanding of the child's characteristics and assess how suitable he/she is for the other class.

Document Type:

Letter / e-mail / note / correspondence

Category:

Personal > School / University / College > Request and Notification to School

 
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