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Vanessa Todd from Teenage Cancer Trust came along this morning to speak to our S4 pupils. To thank them, and the rest of the school, for their great efforts and hard work in raising funds for Teenage Cancer Trust. #TeamErin's Just Giving page has raised £21, 885.46 to date which is such an amazing amount. The support has been tremendous with donations coming in from all over the country.
Well done everyone and remember to get tickets for the concerts on Monday and Tuesday to raise more funds.
The Leadership Course are organising the Shoebox Collection this year for Samaritian's Purse.
All S1 & S2 classes are invited to bring in a filled shoebox by 30th November 2015.
Leaftlets are available from Miss Eadie in B105.
Please remember to include £3 for transport costs.
For more details click here
This is a great way to help other children enjoy Christmas.
#TeamErin are holding two lunchtime concerts to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust.
Monday 30th November S1-3
Tuesday 1st December S4-6
These will take place at 1.30pm in the Drama Studio.
Tickets costing £1 are on sale from the Music Department. Any donations will also be accepted.
Please support this great cause.
Pupils are offered a variety of clubs to attend, at lunchtime and after school.
Click here to see the list.
An excellent evening of music was attended by parents and friends as the pupils performed to win Carluke High School Young Musician of the Year 2015.
Anna Ewing 2H2 won in the Junior Musician category playing "Nightbook" on the piano, with Eilidh Cunningham 1B, the runner up, playing "Wallace and Gromit" on the trombone.
In the Senior Category, Emma Forrest 4B1 took the title playing "The heron glides" on the clarinet and Aidan Thompson 6D1 was runner up, performing "Heather on the Hill" on the saxophone.
Looking forward to Careers Day 2015. Lots of former pupils taking part. To see a list of the participants and the Career Areas covered, please click here.
It’s going to be great!
Follow the event on Twitter - @CarlukeHS #CHSCareersDay
Tonight 8 of our pupils will be singing in the Children in Need appeal choir live on BBC One.
Ruadhan Wilson 1D
Jonathan Whitelaw 2L
Dylan Ross 2M
Gregor Hamilton 2L
Anna Kirkland 2H2
Sarah Black 2L
Cara Gallagher 4D
Cara McBride 4M
The broadcast times are:
Friday 13th November BBC One choir performance/VT between 1930 – 2020
Saturday 14th November BBC One Scotland 1720 – 1830
On Friday night the choir will perform ‘The Climb’ with nine other groups from across the country live on BBC One. We will also show a short film about how the Scottish choir came together. Please note that this first performance is shared between 2000 children so the on-air time on Friday is VERY short. There will be the extended version of The Climb and the full version of You’ve Got a Friend on the Saturday Highlights show at 5.20pm. The programmes will also be available on iplayer for 30 days after transmission.
In the Saturday highlight show, there will probably be some footage of our BBC children in need fundraiser music for lunch concert as well as some one-to-one interview time with Jonathan Whitelaw and Gregor Hamilton. Perhaps. Also - Cara McBride, Cara Gallagher and Dylan Ross have solos in ‘You’ve Got a Friend’ that you may or may not see on the highlight show !
Well done everyone!
Some of the careers starring in Careers Day 2015…
Pupils will be able to sign up to talks at the start of the week