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All S2 pupils have been issued with a letter about some wonderful opportunities arising from the Erasmus+ Project.
We have been successful in our application for funding from the Erasmus+ programme for a new two-year project, alongside our partner school in Barcelona (Institut Francesc Ferrer I Guardia).
This project – ‘Mind Yourself – A Positive Partnership’ has young people’s health and wellbeing as its focus.
It provides an exciting opportunity for our young people to work with their peers in Barcelona, sharing their experiences and developing their skills while working for the benefit of their school and community between now and 2021.
We are looking for a team of 13 S2 pupils who will…
• Work together to improve health and wellbeing in Carluke
• Communicate with the Spanish school’s team
• Work with the Spanish team in Scotland (2 visits)
• Spend time in Barcelona (2 visits, fully funded)
• Try different activities related to Health and Wellbeing
• Create playlists/vlogs/an app/other resources to share experiences and ideas
• Make a real difference to their school and community!
There is also a leadership opportunity for a further two pupils with previous experience of an Erasmus+ project to work with and mentor the S2 pupils as part of this project.
To find out more about this fantastic opportunity and the application process, which has been shared with interested pupils this week, parents are invited to attend an information evening on Monday 28th October, in Carluke High School, from 5-5:30pm.
You will have the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have before your child applies.
The deadline for pupils to apply for a place is Friday 1st November.
Mrs Drennan/Mr Sinclair
S1s are now allowed out of school at lunchtimes. This is only with parental/carer permission.
All S1s are encouraged to stay within The Street and enjoy their lunchtime within the school community
Carluke High School will launch our own Christmas card this year to promote our school value of Kindness.
All S1-S3 BGE classes will compete to design their own Christmas Cards in PSE classes over the coming weeks with the final card due to be handed in by Friday 1st November.
Senior phase pupils (S4-S6) can also participate in the competition by designing a Christmas card in their own time- this should be handed in to your Pupil Support teacher by Friday 1st November.
ALL Christmas cards created will be sent out to the Foodbank or in our community shoeboxes but the winning card will be formally printed and available for purchase within the local community.
All proceeds from Christmas card sales will go to charity. Merry Christmas to all!
At Carluke High School we want to make sure that all children are able to make the most of the school day and that no child misses out on anything.
Your answers to this survey will help us check whether school costs are causing any concerns for our families and children and see whether there is anything that we can do to help out.
Your voice is really important and we want to hear from as many parents and carers as possible. We promise to listen to what’s been said and take action where it’s needed.
Emma Ruthven 6K competed in Monterrey, Mexico last week.
Emma competed in the World Karate Federation, Karate1, Youth League in Monterrey, Mexico, and stormed her way to a fantastic Bronze medal, making history by becoming the first ever British Kata Athlete to medal in this World Level Youth League since it's inauguration.
As a result of her efforts at the weekend, she has climbed to a World Karate Federation, world ranking of 10th. A superb all round achievement, and a perfect preparation for the biggest tournament of all, at the WKF World Championships in Santiago, Chile at the end of October.
What a fantastic day was had at the Jam & Ham Festival on Saturday 21st September.
We are delighted to announce our winners in the Jampionships.
In the Truffles category Shannon Gough 4D came second and Skye Thomas 1M came third.
In the Empire Busicuits category Shannon again came second with Aiden Ewing 3H in third place.
Congratulations on your success and a big thank you to the Home Economics Department and to all who took part.
We would also like to the Carluke Development Trust who organise this great event.
There are a variety of clubs which run at lunchtime and after school.
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Please come along and join in!
Huge congratulations to Nikita Stevenson 6H1 who has managed to secure a CMS Law Scholarship after entering into their competition before summer.
This programme awards a scholarship to pupils hoping to go on to study Law at university next year.
The scholarship awards financial support each year for the pupil and also offers mentoring support, together with paid work experience.
What an amazing opportunity for Nikita! We wish her all the best in her future endeavours.
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