Warning Letter to Teacher from Principal

Sample warning letter to teacher from school principal due to absents, performance and negligence. Warning letter to teacher from principal for misconduct or late coming regularly.

Warning Letter to Teacher from Principal for Poor Performance

Miss Jane Ann, Hope high school, LA

Respected madam,

With all respect I am writing this letter to you that after checking the monthly report of our staff we have come to know that you are doing your job carelessly. We have come to know that you take 2 or 3 hours leave per day, students are also scoring less in your subject, we respect your privacy and family issues but the school cannot afford a bad image. We are giving you a last chance to improve your performance as we are aware of your talent. We will check your next monthly report and will make the decision. We hope you will not give us a chance to warn you as its your last time.


The Management team, hope high school, LA

Warning Letter from Principal to Teacher

Dear Mr. Douglas Amok,

I have evaluated the monthly academic reports of all classes. The subjects taught by you have shown poor results. The consistent poor academic performance of majority of students in your subject shows that the fault lies on your side. They even don’t understand the very basic concepts of the subject. Their expression of ideas and illustration are not up to the mark.

You were supposed to take notice of this by means of their feedback. Unfortunately, lapse on your side has wasted much precious time of the students. Moreover, I have also checked your attendance record of the previous month which is also disappointed because you have been absent for a day in every week. How can a teacher advise his students to be punctual if he himself is not punctual in the class?

Mr. Douglas, your performance as a responsible teacher is not satisfactory at all. Please consider this writing as a warning. I hope you shall not repeat such a disappointed performance.


Mr. Forbes Robar,
The principal, the National Service institute

Warning for Teacher’s Misconduct

Ms. Shaheen Masood,
Teaching Assistant,
Department of Chemistry.
GCU, Lahore

Dear Ms. Shaheen,

This is to inform you that the disciplinary committee of GCU has anonymously received a formal complaint against you. We have been reported of your casual attitude in class, favoritism with the students and unprofessional behavior with other colleagues. The DC had secretively investigated this matter and from various sources gathered similar information. You are hereby being warned for your inappropriate conduct. We are hopeful that you’ll take this seriously and will not demean this noble profession. Failing to do so, may lead to termination of your employment.


Disciplinary Committee

Warning Letter to Teacher Due to Poor Performance

Dear Mr. Shahid Mehmood,

Good Morning! Hope you are fine. I have just received an email from controller examination department about the result of class 8. It is very disappointed to see that the result of your class was much bad. None of your student could reach even 70% marks. Half of the class is below average.

You have been advised several times earlier but there is no significant improvement seen in your performance. Therefore, I am giving you Warning this time. If you still unable to improve your performance, the school has right to terminate your services on performance basis without any notification.

The school hopes for your bright career here. I look forward for positive changes in your work.


Tariq Saeed

Warning Letter for Teachers from School

Respected Miss Murray,

It has been a high time to write you about this matter, but the school administration still wants to give you a chance. While being straight forward about it I would like to tell you that the school administration is very much disturbed about your behavior of being very irregular and absent for the respective classes you are assigned. It was your responsibility to finish the course near the end of the term but you were unable to do so because of your absences.

You can still avail this last chance by improving your attendance and making the children complete the syllabus in the coming term. Importantly, you should take this letter as a warning letter as if you are unable to show improvements you will be terminated immediately because we do not want to have a bad result for our school.


John Shaw,
Principal, The City School

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  1. Iama teacher my students have given poor result in 10th class I’ve to give explanation please help me to write a letter

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