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Application query - it's NOT for help with content I promise!!

Discussion in 'Senior Leadership Team' started by melanissa, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. Hi all
    This may be a silly question - but I'm applying for an assistant head position, and it doesn't say anywhere about a cover letter... I know a supporting letter is standard, however the form itself (which I believe is a generic "teaching application" form, has sections for suitability for the post with various bullet points to consider, so I unsure whether to just fill this in depth instead of a letter? Or say "please refer to supporting letter"?
    I would normally assume a letter is appropriate, but this is the first application form I've come across that actually states the areas they'd like you to tak about in the form... so am unsure of the best way to go about it!
    Thanks in advance
    Mel
     
  2. Also apologies for appalling spelling and grammar - type quickly and make a mess of it!!
     

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