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Kristen Cowe started off the Championship event in fine form on Friday morning when she won silver in the first field event of the day, U17 hammer.
Pamela McNicol thne went on to take silver in the U17 80mhurdles, in a close and exciting final, missing out on gold by one hundredth of a second.
Stewart Taylor Peacock impressed when he left the rest of the field behind to take the Championship title in the U14 200m, storming home in a new personal best time of 24.6s!
Early Saturday morning saw Emily McNicol win bronze in the U17 high jump with a fine leap of 1.60m equalling 2nd place, but losing out on silver in a count back.
Sisters Emily & Pamela McNicol the both qualified for the U17 300m hurdles with Pamela going on to win the Championship title and Emily following closely in a new personal best time to take 4th place.
It's been a fantastic 2 days of competition at Hampden Stadium, all pupils thoroughly enjoying the experience and privilege of being the first athletes to compete at the new Commonwealth venue.
Fantastic results for CHS all round!
"Clydeside held a successful taster session to around 200 children during the Queen's Baton Relay celebrations in South Lanarkshire last Sunday and are pleased to offer additional coaching through their youth section, Clydeside Cubs. The team will hold Saturday morning sessions for school children from primary four to second year on the Astroturf surface at Lanark Racecourse starting this Saturday from 10am to 11.30am until 19th July. Each session costs £2 and youngsters who are eager to get involved and impress the coaches can even join the club for next season.
The implementation of the National Qualifications continues next session with the introduction of the new Highers. These courses are designed as a progression from the National 5 qualifications that pupils have recently completed.
In Carluke High School, all subjects will move to the new Higher, with the exception of Biology, Computing and Modern Studies.
To view the letter from Mr Smith on implementation of new national qualifications in Carluke High School, click here.
The Queen's Baton Relay passed through Carluke on Sunday 22nd June 2014.
Carluke High School representative Jack Nicholas proudly carried the baton round the John Cumming Stadium.
A day to remember for Jack. Well done.
Please click on the link to view the latest school newlsetter.
Lots of information on what has been another very successful term in Carluke High School.
The Probus Club of Carluke Medal
Dux of Carluke High School 2014
Pamela McNicol 5D won South Lanarkshire Junior Sports Personality of the Year 2013 at the sports award ceremony in Hamilton Town House on Wednesday 18th June 2014.
Pamela was representing Clydesdale area after winning the Clydesdale Junior of the Year 2013 award at Cartland Bridge Hotel in March.
The fantastic awards ceremony was hosted by South Lanarkshire Council, the winners being announced after video clips were shown of all the nominees.
This is a wonderful achievement for Pamela and her family, well done to you all.
Our annual prize giving took place on the evening of Tuesday 17th June. Prizes were awarded to pupils to recognise academic, community, cultural and sporting achievement. We were delighted Mr John Carnochan OBE accepted our invitation to address the audience and to hand out the prizes. The audience was filled with very proud families, staff, prize donors and invited dignitaries. It was a wonderful evening of celebration and recognition of our pupils, very ably chaired by School Vice-Captain Fiona Park. Thanks to everyone who supported this evening.
Dux of Carluke High School 2014 is Faiza Bano.
To see all the prizewinners click on Annual Prizegiving Programme 2014