Writing a letter asking For A Transfer Certificate from your school is quite simple if you follow these instructionsL
Decide whether you will prepare your letter on paper, or as an email.
If you send it as an email, make sure the letter is not in the body of the email, but rather as a word document attachment. This makes it easily downloadable or printable for the recipient, and shows you are being formal and respectful.
Like any official letter, a transfer certificate request letter must be formally set out. The best way to do this is to lay it out as follows:
Dear Teacher/Principals name,
I am writing concerning my son/daughter who currently attends your school. Their student number is 094893092. I wish to request a transfer certificate at the earliest convenient time for you.
What to do after you have written the transfer certificate request
Once you have finished typing the letter you need to decide whether you wish to send a hard copy or via email - hard copies are always more favourable. If you are to print it out then it should be on good quality plain paper and put inside new envelope.
If you wish to send via email instead, it is crucial that your contact details and address are clear. You will need them to send you the transfer certificate once your request has been read and approved.