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Write A Letter To Your Aunt Telling Her About Your New School
If you were sending a letter about your new school to an aunt who cares about you, how would you start it? With these samples and you can write an informative and soothing letter to your aunt. Dive in!
Write A Letter To Your Aunt Telling Her About Your New School
I hope you are well. I am writing to you to tell you about my new school and also about my new teacher. My name is [name].
My new school is called [school name] and it’s located in [location]. The building is really big and it has many rooms. The school has a library and a playground. There are many students who study there.
My teacher’s name is [teacher name]. She is very kind and she always helps us when we have problems with our homework. She also gives us some time every day to play games or do something fun so that we can relax after a long day at school.
Thank you so much for the letter you sent me. I really liked it and had fun reading it.
I am really sorry that I did not write to you earlier. I was really busy with my new school and I could not write any letters to anybody. But now I am free and I can write to you whenever I want to.
My school is very big, but it is also very beautiful. The teachers are nice and they always help us when we need them. We have many different classes: English, Maths, Science, History, Geography… etcetera. Our classes are always interesting and we love them!
The most important thing in my life right now is my new school because it gave me lots of opportunities to meet new people from different countries all around the world like Canada or France for example! These people are very friendly and kind so that’s why every day at school is amazing for me!
I just wanted to let you know that I’ve been really enjoying my new school. It’s a bit different from the one I used to go to in [city name], but that’s okay. Everyone is really friendly and they make me feel like I belong here. I made lots of friends and even learned how to play soccer!
My teachers are great too. The best one is my English teacher—she’s so funny, but she still makes sure that we learn important things! She told us about this one time when her dog ate her homework and she had to go back and rewrite it all over again because it didn’t make sense anymore!
I just wanted to write this letter because I’m having such a good time here, and it’s nice to have someone who cares about me so far away from home. Thank you for being such a good auntie!
How are you? I hope the weather is good where you live. It’s raining here in London, but I don’t mind because it’s a great time to stay inside and read.
I’m writing to let you know that I have started school at my new school. It’s called “Harvard”, and it’s really cool. The campus is huge, with lots of buildings and trees everywhere. It reminds me of home!
I met a lot of new people there today, but I’ll tell you more about them next time we talk. My classes are going well so far, but they’re really hard! I’ll have to work really hard if I want to succeed here.
In other news, how is your family doing? Is everyone healthy? Is [name] still playing soccer? And [name], is he still making trouble for his teachers? Please send my regards to everyone when you next write them.
Take care and keep in touch!
Dear Aunt T,
I just wanted to let you know that I’ve started school here in Chicago. It’s a lot different than the small town I grew up in.
The first day of school was really exciting. Everyone was so friendly, and there were so many people from different places. Everyone was having such a good time! There were all kinds of things to do: we went on field trips and had parties, and even got to walk around downtown with our teachers!
We have a lot of fun in class too—we get to do lots of cool projects and experiments, like building robots out of old parts or creating science exhibits for the public. We even get to build rockets! It’s really exciting.
I’m going to be writing more soon with more details about my new school, but here are some pictures from my first week at the new school!
Love always, Your favorite nephew.
I hope you are well. I am writing to let you know that I have started my first year of school. It is very exciting! I am in grade 6 and my teacher’s name is Mr. [teacher’s name]. He is very nice and we are learning a lot of new things, like how to read and write better. I also made some new friends, they are really nice. My favourite part of the day is lunch time because we get to go outside and play on the playground!
I hope this letter finds you well and happy. Please give my love to everyone at home.
Dear Aunt [name],
I hope you are well. I am so excited to tell you about my new school! It is called [name of school]. The school has many students and teachers. We have classes from Monday to Friday, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM. On Saturday and Sunday, there are no classes at all.
We have some special classes in this school, such as art class, music class, PE class and computer class. In art class we can draw pictures or paint them. In music class we can sing songs or play musical instruments like piano or violin. In PE class we can exercise with other students and play sports like football or basketball with them too! In computer class we can learn how to use computers by playing games on them!
It’s very exciting here because I made new friends with other students who live near me in my neighborhood too! They’re always inviting me over for sleepovers at their houses too!
I really hope that someday I’ll meet more people from around the world – maybe even someone from Japan like yourself!
I hope you are doing well. I’m sorry that I haven’t written to you since my first day at school. The truth is, I’ve been so busy with my new classes and activities that I didn’t have time to write.
My new school is very different from the other schools I’ve gone to. It’s much bigger and has more students than any of the other schools I’ve attended before this one. There are also many more teachers here than there were at my old school. When we enter the classroom, we stand in a line by our desks and introduce ourselves to our classmates by saying our names and where we come from. We also say what grade level we are in and share something about ourselves that makes us unique or that sets us apart from other people.
The teachers here are very nice, but they do not allow us to talk during class unless it is absolutely necessary and then only if they ask us to speak up first before asking questions or making comments themselves (usually when something needs clarification). We must always raise our hands before speaking up so that everyone knows who wants to say something next instead of getting confused about whose turn it is next (or after).
I have moved to a new city, I have enrolled in a school and I love it. The teachers are great and the students are cool. The campus is really good and my hostel is great too.
I am also learning new things every day. I am learning about subjects like business studies, computer science and arts. My favourite subject is computer science because I like to build things with code. My least favourite subject is art because it seems very easy for me.
My friends are also very cool and we always hang out together after school hours. They are very helpful too whenever I need help in any subject or when there is a problem at home.
I hope you are well back home and enjoying your time with your family members.
I’m writing to you because I need your advice. You see, I’ve just started school in a new town, and it’s not going well. I don’t really know anyone here yet. Everyone is so different from me! They all seem to have their own little cliques, and I don’t fit in anywhere. My teachers are all very strict—they always say “be careful” and “don’t do this” and “don’t do that.” And they keep telling me not to talk too much in class!
So what should I do? Should I try harder to make friends? Or should I just keep my head down and keep quiet? Please write back soon with your answer!
I hope this letter finds you well! I wanted to let you know that I’ve started a new school, and I’m loving it. The classes are small, and the teachers are super supportive. I’ve made some great friends so far and can’t wait to see what my first year is like!
I think it’s going to be a lot different from what I’m used to, but that’s okay—it’s nice to try something new once in a while!
I’ll let you know how things go with my new school soon!
I hope you are doing well. I am having a great time in my new school. The teachers are very nice and friendly and the students are also very good. They always greet me with a smile whenever I pass by them. My class is very lively and we always have fun in class. We have a lot of activities that help us to learn more about each other and become friends.
I am learning many things in my new school like how to be kind, polite, helpful and considerate towards others. I also learned how to respect everyone around me regardless of who they are and what they look like. My teacher has taught us about the importance of being honest and truthful; this is something that I really admire about her because she is always honest about everything even when it’s hard for her to do so at times but she still does it because it’s what she believes in most which makes me respect her even more than before!
I’m glad that we have such great teachers here because without them our lives would be boring without any fun things happening around us – but thankfully now we have them around so we can enjoy ourselves while learning new things at the same time!
I hope you’re doing well. I’m sorry I haven’t been able to write before now, but I just moved to a new school and it’s been pretty busy.
I’ve made some new friends who are really nice, but they’re all kind of different from me. One of them is really into sports and the other one likes to read a lot. The third one is sort of in between those two—she likes sports, but doesn’t care that much about them. She also likes books, but not as much as the first one does.
I think I’ll have fun there because we all have different interests and nobody cares if you have different interests than theirs. They don’t even care if you don’t like sports at all! It’s nice not worrying about being judged for not liking something that everyone else likes—even if it’s something as simple as favorite colors or food types or whatever else people like to judge each other on these days (and yes, this includes me).
Anyway, hope everything is going well with you too! Talk soon!