Your school Badminton Club is planning a tournament with three other schools. Your school has been chosen to hold the finals of the tournaments. As the Secretary of the school's Badminton Club , you are asked to write a formal letter to the Principal requesting permission to use the school hall on the day of the tournament.



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Permission letters can be written for a simple event clearance such as students needing the use of school facilities or equipment or planning for excursions as a club or society or a relationship approval such as that of a boy asking parental permission for a girl’s hand in marriage. A permission letter is usually written by a lower rank individual to a higher rank individual or authority that is able to give clearance or approval on the request.


Adrian Lange

Club President

Badminton Club

Willow Heights High School

March 4, 2010


Mr. Jim Barriston


Willow Heights High School

Dear Sir

RE: Permission to use School Hall

On behalf of the school’s Badminton Club, I would like to request permission to use the school hall on November 12, 2010 from 9am to 3pm. The Badminton Club is planning an interschool tournament with six (6) schools confirmed for participation. As such, there is a need to use the school hall as the various schools take turns to hold one session of play.

It is our honor to have been chosen to hold the finals at our school premise; hence, this letter to request your kind approval to use the school hall for that day. The Club Teacher Advisor, Mr. Ben Mason, is fully aware of the tournament and its preparations.

I look forward to a favorable response from you soon on this request.

Thank you.

Yours sincerely,

rachel dania,