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Letter to parents from Carole McKenzie Head of Education (Quality Assurance and Inspection) Clydesdale Area.
Mrs Kathleen McCormick, Depute Head, will serve as Acting Head Teacher while Mr Smith is seconded temporarily as Head Teacher at Larkhall Academy from Monday 28th August.
This year the computing department have decided to start the first year computing club. This is open to all first year pupils. It will run every Monday lunch time. This gives everyone a chance to sit and play on the computers, or to get help with computing from some senior pupils.
It will begin on Monday the 14th of September.
If anyone has any questions speak to Mrs Lindsay up in the computing department
Pupils wishing to use the locker facilities within the school should:
- Bring the signed form
- Bring £15 cash or cheque made payable to Carluke High School
- Report to the street at the following times
- S3 – 08:55
- S2 – 09:30
- S4 – 10:00
- S1 – 10:25
- S5/6 – 10:55
If you think you are entitled to EMA you need to complete the application form which is available on the South Lanarkshire internet.
Any problems please come to the school office.
Girls S1-S3 netball club is starting on Wednesdays (Moved from Thursdays) from 30th August, after school until 4.30pm.
Miss Strachan and Mr Sinclair would like to invite any new (and existing) members of the Equality group to our first meeting in B102 at lunchtime on Thursday 31st August.
Our initial focus will be on LGBT+ issues this year and we hope to branch out into discussing further areas of inequality in the future.
This group is open to all genders, all sexualities, all backgrounds and all year groups. Just bring yourself, a supportive attitude and an open mind.
Employment Enterprise has been working with Springfield Homes to fund local people to work on their new housing developments in Carluke and Hamilton.
If anyone would be interested in a Modern Apprentice in Construction with Springfield Homes then please let your pupil Support teacher know as soon as possible.
Are you crafty? Do you like to sew, bake, make jam?
Why not enter your work into the Carluke Jam & Ham Festival Jampionships 2017?
Both adults and pupils can take part, see the Carluke Development Trust Website for details.
Application forms also available from Mrs Martin in the School Library.