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Big thank you to everyone involved in the climb up Tinto yesterday (25/5/17) to raise funds for St Andrews Hospice.
The S1 pupils really enjoyed their time.
It’s time to launch our annual Photo Competition for the Carluke Ham & Jam Festival 2017.
This competition is open to all Secondary age children and this year’s theme is “My World”.
Each pupil can enter up to 3 pictures, A4 size.
The photos will be on show in Carluke Public Library from the 11th-23rd September, and then form part of the Craft display in St Athanasius Hall on Saturday 30th September.
Members of the Lanark Photography Club will form the judging team and all prizes will be presented at The Ham & Jam Festival on Saturday 30th September 2017.
This was a very successful last year and we hope to build on that success this year, so it's time to get your entries taken and submitted.
The English department are organising a trip for S3 pupils to the Edinburgh International Book Festival on Wednesday the 23rd of August to hear the author Nicola Morgan speak.
The cost of the trip is £9.
This may be of particular interest to pupils who studied Nicola Morgan in S2 (but is not only open to them).
For more information, see Mrs McDonald in the English Department. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
On Monday 12th June the new S2 pupils will be involved in a STEM day on a Space theme.
In the evening there will be a Family Challenge from 6pm-8pm.
If you would like to sign up to come along to the Family Challenge, please use this link.
On Tuesday of next week, new S4 pupils will participate in a Careers event where they will have the opportunity to hear presentations from our business partners and ask questions about a variety of jobs and industries. It is important that pupils begin thinking about what they want to do when they leave school, the skills they might need and start planning ahead. This is a great opportunity to hear first-hand about different career possibilities. Pupils will receive a presentation choice sheet at registration on Friday.
During the event, we will ask pupils to record some information given at each presentation, in particular the skills, qualities and attitude demanded by different jobs. This will help pupils think about the careers they may be best suited to.
We are keen to involve parents/carers in our Developing the Young Workforce programme. If you wish to contribute to this event, or future events, please contact the school.
Congratulations to Robyn McMillan 1M on being presented with her International Tie.
Robyn is a very skilled Highland Dancer and has represented Scotland at many events including
Well done Robyn.
Baru our uniform supplier will be in school on the following dates to measure pupils for blazers.
Current S4, S5
Thursday 18th May 09:00- 11:15hrs
Current S1, S2, S3
Tuesday 23rd May all day
Wednesday 24th May 09:00-12:15hrs
After School Rugby Club
A new after school rugby club is available for pupils from S1-6 pupils and will be delivered in partnership with Biggar Rugby Club and the PE Department.
Details of the club are as follows:
Thursdays- Starting Thursday 18th May 3.45-5pm
Please bring outdoor clothing and appropriate footwear.
Any interested pupils please come to the PE Department and make it known you wish to attend to Mr Meehan or Mr Webb.