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Photographs from the Prize Giving can now be viewed in our image gallery.
|Megan Shields with her Sports Champions Prize|
S5-6 Re-coursing Day
On Wednesday 10th August. From 8:30am – 1:30pm
This day is for any of our S5 and S6 pupils who feel they need to make alterations to their subject choices in light of their exam results. In general we would only expect pupils to attend on this day if they feel they need to re-sit any one of their subjects.
There could be a variety of other reasons why pupils would want to alter their subjects. These type of issues, which are listed below, will be dealt with when pupils return on Monday 15th August.
• Changing from one level in a subject to another. e.g N5 English to Higher English
• Considering taking an Advanced Higher in one of their subjects.
• Simply wanting to change one subject for another.
On Friday 17th June, we travelled to the Modern Languages department at St Andrew’s University to attend an open day. Throughout the day, we attended mini lectures in languages we hadn’t studied before including Russian, Persian, Arabic and Italian. As well as learning useful phrases in different languages, we learned about the cultures of these countries. We were also given a tour of the university campus, which gave us a good insight into university life. We really enjoyed the day and it let us see what studying languages at university is really like. We all want to study a language at uni now! ¡Lo pasamos bomba y todas queremos estudiar idiomas en la universidad!
Abbie, Amy, Aimee, Maisie, Cara, Sophie y Sarah
A wonderful evening celebrating the success of our pupils took place last night (Thursday 16th June).
Hosted by our outgoing School Captain, Riaz Shajahan, Mr Tony McDaid, Head of Education (Curriculum and Quality), entertained and informed our audience of pupils, staff and parents and carers.
Mr Smith took time to reflect of what had been a busy and successful year in the life of Carluke High School, while Elizabeth Rayner gave a wonderfully spirited vote of thanks. Elizabeth and Riaz also introduced our new School Captains to the audience, Harry Richardson and Hannah Pelling.
Our pupils demonstrated what makes Carluke High such a positive and successful place to study.
Well done to you all on your successes.
If anyone would like a photograph from the evening, please email us via the school website and make your request.
We have great pleasure in announcing the following Academic Achievement by our top performing pupils.
Our top three Prize Winners are
1st Lauren McKie 4K
2nd Emma Forrest 4B1
3rd Amy Murdoch 4B1
1st Alexander Bond 5D Dux
2nd Evie Robb 5H Proxime Accessit
3rd Holly Miller 5D
Very well done to them all.
We look forward to seeing them receive their prizes at Prize-giving on Thursday 16th June at 7pm.
Rachel Hunter 2B had a very successful weekend competing at Scottish Schools Championships winning a bronze medal in the long jump, and also getting a new PB of 5.03m.
She also competed in 75m hurdles and came 4th in the final.
At the School County Championships she picked up gold in long jump and 100m and relay team was 4th.
Congratulations Rachel, well done.
The following 6th year students have been successful in securing the positions of School Captains for session 2016-2017 as indicated below:
Hannah Pelling Captain
Holly Irving Vice Captain
Harry Richardson Captain
Dylan Smith Vice Captain
Alexander Bond Vice Captain
Congratulations to them all. I am sure you will join me in wishing them all the best for the year ahead.