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As advertised at assembly we are donating Christmas Boxes this year to the local community instead of the Samaritans.
Each box donated with also contribute towards House points.
Christmas in Box
• All Christmas boxes this year will be delivered to the community.
• All boxes should be handed in by Wed 11th December to Pupil Support.
• All boxes should be wrapped and have a lid.
• If you want you could use a stocking instead of a box.
• You can complete this task as an individual, in groups or as a class. All registration classes will have at least one box provided for them.
• Boxes can be created for the following categories:
Christmas Dinner- remember no fresh/frozen food as it can’t be refrigerated
Box for specific age group- please state when handing in
For further details please contact Miss Eadie.
The deadline has been extended to Monday 16th December
Just a reminder that our S2 Parents' Evening takes place tomorrow Tuesday 10th December 4.30pm - 6.30pm.
There are currently vacancies for Modern Apprenticeships.
Speak to your Pupil Support Teacher for details or go to the Apprenticeship.Scot website.
Lots more information can be found here https://www.apprenticeships.scot/
We are delighted to invite S5 and S6 pupils interested in a career in science or considering studying a STEM subject to Medical Research Scotland’s acclaimed Meet the Researcher Showcase in February 2020.
S5 and S6 pupils of all abilities are invited to attend the free events at the University of Strathclyde’s Technology and Innovation Centre in Glasgow on Thursday 27 February 2020.
Known to be the most comprehensive medical research careers event in Scotland, the event will allow pupils to meet inspiring young scientists who conduct cutting-edge research into the diagnosis and treatment of disease. They’ll explain the science behind their work and their journey into medical research. The young scientists all study at Scottish universities thanks to funding from Medical Research Scotland.
At the exciting and interactive event, pupils will meet lecturers from leading Scottish universities and industry leaders who will talk about careers in medical research. They’ll also put their science skills to the test using fun, hands-on science demonstrations provided by experts from the country’s leading research companies and medical science institutions.
If you are interested in attending please speak to Mr Jamil.
The deadline for submitting the event application form is Friday 20 December 2019 at 5pm.
S1 Parents/Carers, please ensure you sign your wee sleeper in and out of Friday’s event, 8pm to 8am and they bring with them any medications required.
Warm jacket and sleeping bag essential, sleeping mat and pillow optional!
Money collected in sponsorship should be handed in to Mrs Lindsay on Monday or Tuesday of next week or
paid directly into the Virgin Money Giving page - https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/CarlukeHSWeeSleepOut.
We’re super excited for Friday!
Following our inspection visit from Education Scotland in October this year the final report has been published today on the Education Scotland website and can be found at
A copy of the report which takes the form of a letter has been issued to every pupil in school this morning.
Congratulations to Carluke High School Girls Football Team and their coach Miss Dorans who won 3 games out of 6 in their first tournament on Saturday.
Every player displayed the 4 school values of character, confidence, kindness and courage. Sara Farkas 1K scored 10 goals, Daisy Young 2D scored 2 goals and Kayleigh Lithgow 1B2 scored 1.
A big well done to our goal keepers Kate Barr 2D, Keavy Ballantyne 2L and Daisy Young 2D who showed courage against some really tough teams and well done to Abbie Barnstaple 1K, Carmen Stewart 1B2 and Fraya Trevena 1L who worked hard in midfield and defence showing great character throughout the competition.
Very well done!
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