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Rachel Hunter who won 3 medals at Lanarkshire Track & Field Championships at the weekend.
Rachel got gold in long jump, silver in 100m in a seasons best time of 13.5 secs and bronze in 200m in new PB of 27.5 secs. All in under 15 category.
Stewart Taylor-Peacock won silver in u15 200m and silver in u17 400m and Emily McNicol was very successful winning gold in u17 800m, gold in shot putt and silver in javelin.
Also James Gillon won Gold in the U15B 800m and silver in the javelin at the Lanarkshire Track & Field Championships.
Very well done, Rachel, James, Stewart and Emily. Congratulations to you all on your hard work and effort.
Carluke High School is delighted to announce an opportunity for independent study for our S6 pupils, at Advanced Higher Level through YASS.
Anyone interested should hand the relevant forms into school by Thursday 3rd September.
There will be no cost for any of our pupils who study 10, 15 or 30 Credit modules.
If you have any questions speak to Mr Smith or Mr Farquharson.
The Young Applicants in Schools Scheme (YASS) gives S6 students in Scotland the opportunity to study at higher education level without leaving friends and family behind. Study fits around school work and social lives, encourages independent learning and builds confidence.
YASS is designed to bridge the gap between school and full-time university and help able and motivated students stand out from the crowd.
The Open University offer modules in a wide range of subject areas including science, engineering, business studies, health and social care, IT and computing, arts, mathematics and sport and fitness. Each module offered through YASS is at level 1, equivalent to SCQF Level 7 and the first year at a traditional university.
Modules can last from 10 weeks to 40 weeks and are clearly structured with timetables and deadlines. However, studying with the OU gives you the flexibility to decide when and where you study each week. Shorter modules normally require up to 10 hours of study a week, while a longer one can require up to 16 hours a week.
Click on the forms below to find out more:
|YASS registration form||YASS Final Checklist|
|YASS Registration information||YASS Scotland notes|
|Safety Guidelines||YASS Study hours|
For further information go to the Open University YASS page.
Rachel Hunter 2B and Emily McNicol 5D were successful at the Scottish Schools competition in June 2015. Rachel got a silver medal in the under 14s long jump. Emily got silver too in high jump in under 17s. Rachel was also competing in Age Group Champs this weekend and came 5th in under 15s long jump with a personal best leap of 4.99 metres. A brilliant for her 1st year in the age group.
Congratulations Emily and Rachel.
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Great news, we can celebrate the success of two CHS pupils at the Scottish National Track & Field Championships in Grangemouth at the weekend.
S5 pupil, Emily McNicol, won the championship title in the U17W High Jump with a fine leap of 1.63m
S3 pupil, Stewart Taylor-Peacock, won the championship title in the U15B 300m with an impressive time of 38.32s
Fantastic effort, congratulations Stewart and Emily!
Following the issues with the Forth buses this week we can confirm that there will be one bus at North Forth, Main Street and there will be a 70 seater followed by an 18 seater for Climpy, if the larger bus arrives and is full pupils must wait on the minibus arriving.
The Climpy bus will stop on the way up at 7.50am and 8.05am on the way back down.
It is essential that pupils are at the correct stop at the correct time.
If there are any issues or concerns regarding this service please contact Support Services on 01555 896022.
Supported Study Sessions
Higher and National 5 Biology
Wednesday 3.35pm - 4.35pm
Miss Scott A204
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