I've had to write this in H&R as if any information gets out re. the nomination and the committee find out, it can be thrown out so everything has to be done in secret.
Basically, I've been asked to write a letter about one of my old teachers as part of her nomination for an MBE. I basically have to say why she was so good, how she changed things, what she achieved etc.
I've had a look at the guidelines on the site but I'm really struggling in actually writing the letter.
She was amazing, but actually articulating how, providing hard evidence and in the right language etc is really difficult.
Has anyone done anything similar to this before/ could anyone share any generic tips?
Thanks for any help.
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