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On the morning of Monday 27th October we are having a special session for the S4 group. A number of our ex-pupils have agreed to come in to talk to groups of pupils about their further/higher
education, life, work and career experiences. Our aim is that, by hearing from these 'successful' people, our pupils will gain more motivation and determination to progress with their studies here and give them some of the skills necessary to prepare them for life beyond school.
For more details, or if you are a former pupil who would like to participate, contact Mr J Shearer via the school office (01555 773680).
Friday 24th October
All S5/6 are asked to wear one item of pink clothing in place of one item of your uniform, eg. pink shoes or pink shirt etc, and donate £1 towards Breast Cancer Campaign.
For more details see the Wear it pink website
Tuesday 21st October – Periods 2 and 3
All S1 pupils will be present at this performance which will take place in our Street area.
This play replaces our annual 'Natural High' show which has been a feature in the school calendar for many years.
Tuesday 28th October
Higher Drama Showcase
Wednesday 29th October
National 5 Showcase
P1 – P7
Graeme Greer 5D has won both the Junior and Senior Championship at Carluke Golf Club.
He is only the second junior to have achieved this amazing feat.
Graeme, who plays off 3, has also represented the Scotland u-16's this year.
Well done Graeme, you have performed brilliantly.
Carluke High has a comprehensive Supported Study Programme, covering most subjects in the curriculum. Departments offer this extra support to pupils in order to encourage pupils to:
• complete homework/project work
• revise for exams
• further develop knowledge in a subject
Click here to see what's available.
The following students: Alexander Bond 4D, Laura McLuckie 4B, Scott Chalmers 3L and Jack Anderson 3H represented Carluke High School on Wednesday 1st October 2014 at South
Lanarkshire's Enterprising Mathematics Competition held in the Banqueting Hall, Almada Street Hamilton. The team worked hard during the day competing in five different rounds, namely Team Competition, Stations, Practical Activities, Code Competition and finally a Relay Competition. Unfortunately the team, who had been in first place, was piped at the post on the final round and were not placed in the top three.
Congratulations to all the team members.
2013-2014 saw Carluke High School be one of the first Support for Learning departments in Scotland to roll out the BrainPOP programme, in conjunction with mobile devices.
The pupils expressed, both practically and verbally, a great deal of ownership in the work they did under BrainPOP. Feedback from the group was highly positive. The use of movies, texts illustrated with animated pictures and interactive group projects made learning fun and appeal to a wide range of learning styles.
To access the case study click here.