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Great News! We're running a Scholastic Book Club to earn free books for our school. We'll be sending the Book Club leaflets home so that you and your child can choose from the latest exciting selection of books.
Please place your order online at http://schools.scholastic.co.uk/carluke by October 6th, 2014.
Any questions contact Mrs Martin, School Librarian. (Wednesday, Thursday or Friday)
Congratulations to our new team of School Captains.
Boy Captain: Ross Beveridge
Girl Captain: Faiza Bano
Vice Captains: Kelsey Darragh, Kiara McIlwraith Barradas, Evan Jones and Mitchell Fagin.
We wish you every success in your new roles.
Six of our pupils, who are all members of Law & District AAC, competed and performed their best achieving excellent resultsat the Scottish National Athletic Championships at the weekend (23rd & 24th August) in Aberdeen.
S4 pupil, Emily McNicol, won the Championship title in the U17 high jump with a new personal best and fine leap of 1.65m.
S1 pupil, Rachel Hunter was on top form, winning bronze in the U13 long jump with a new personal best performance of 4.73m and also taking bronze in the U13 100m with a personal best time of 13.66s.
S5 pupil, Pamela McNicol achieved silver in the U17 300m hurdles, sister Emily reaching the final too, finishing in 7th place.
S3 pupil, Stewart Taylor Peacock ran a personal best time of 12.37s in the U15 100m and also competed inthe 200m, finishing in 4th place.
S3 pupil, Mirran Struthers was delighted to achieve a personal best time of 13.89s in the 100m.
S4 pupil, Claire Cartledge competed in both the 100m and 200m, achieving a personal best of 13.48s in the 100m.
Fantastic results all round, well deserved after many months of hard work and commitment! Congratulations to you all.
Students are reminded that the Drama Club with Ms. Taggart starts on Thursday 4th September. Students should meet in the Drama Studio immediately after school. Sessions will run from 3.35pm to 4.30pm and we will be getting started straight away on our first public performance.
All students will be made to feel very welcome!
Mr Coburn is offering a trip to visit Gleneagles to see the practice rounds of the Ryder Cup.
Leaving at 8am on Wednesday 24th September, the cost will be £10.
Please see Mr Coburn as soon as possible as places are limited and given out on a first come basis.
Congratulations to our pupils, Graeme Greer, Staurt MacKenzie, Connor McIntosh and Laura Tannahill, all members of Carluke Golf Club, on winning the Junior Ryder Cup.
This was new event held at East Kilbride's Torrance House Golf Club on the 3rd August 2014 as part of the South Lanarkshire Golf Festival.
Well done to you all.
A fantastic opportunity is being organised for our senior pupils to attend the Glasgow Hydro for a national debate on Independence on Thursday 11th September 2014.
The debate will be broadcast not just in Scotland but throughout the UK across the BBC TV network. In addition, such is the interest in this historic occasion, Radio One are also planning to broadcast the debate to the nation.
The debate is specifically aimed at students aged 16 and 17, who will be voting for the first time in the referendum. Their views will form a vital part in the independence debate. With one week to go to the polls, there is an opportunity to ask questions and get more information from both sides of the issue. All the questions will come from those attending.
Pupils who attended the recent South Lanarkshire debate had an amazing afternoon. This promises to be even better!
We will travel by hired coach to Glasgow, departing at 1.30 pm and returning (by coach) by 6.30 pm.
If you wish to go to the Hydro on the 11th then please give your name to your registration teacher, Miss Robinson (Room B103) or Miss Eadie (B105) by Friday so that we can organise transport.
Cost for transport will be around £5.00 per pupil.
Carluke High School seeks to encourage all students to achieve at the highest possible level. Regular homework is a vital part of this strategy. This promotes a mature attitude to work, increases chances of exam success and encourages the development of skills which will be of use in later life.
To see the policy summary click here.