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The School Show - A Christmas Cracker - will take place on 17th & 18th December at 7.30pm. The junior school will be presenting "A Christmas Carol", the senior school "No room" and the staff will be performing a scene from "The Steamie". If you would like tickets, please contact the Drama or RMPS Department, cost £5. Venue: The Drama Studio.
Don't miss what promises to be a spectacular show.
The Under 15 girls basketball team have qualified for the Glasgow Schools cup final by beating St Roch's Secondary School away from home 16-30.
The Under 18 girls won their quarter final tie 61-18 also against St Roch's and now play Calderglen High School in the semi final. This tie is scheduled for Tuesday 21st January, 2014 at Calderglen.
The U15 girls play St Maurice's HS away on Monday 9th December for a place in the last 16 of the Scottish Cup. We have never beaten St Maurice's in any age group over the last 6 years, so a win on Monday would be fabulous.
The U14 Girls play Mearns Castle HS at home on Thursday 12th December for a place in the quarter final of the Scottish Cup. This is a big ask- as one girl is under 12, six are under 13 and only one is actually in the U14 age category.
Best wishes girls, do your best.
The u-15 and u-13 football matches planned for this evening have been cancelled.
|The Council will once again undertake litter patrols near schools in the coming weeks. Although there have been some improvements as a result of various campaigns and initiatives it is widely accepted that litter remains a problem in communities and that a significant percentage of this is associated with secondary aged school pupils, particularly at lunchtime.|
Following representation the Council, at the Community Resources Committee meeting held on 7 December 2010, took the decision to extend the use of Fixed Penalty Notices (£50 fine), which are currently served upon adults who leave litter, to persons under the age of 16.
- January 2011 – Introduction of pilot project whereby persons under the age of 16, who are observed leaving litter, may be served with a penalty notice as is the current practice for adults.
- Enforcement Officers from Waste & Environmental Services, assisted by Strathclyde Police, are responsible for identifying persons who inappropriately discard litter and considering the issue of Fixed Penalty Notices.
Carluke will be visited on the date below.
Carluke High School, Carnwath Road, Carluke Routes from school to closest shops Wednesday 8 January Clydesdale Insp Jones
|Thursday 5th December||Winter Music Concert||7pm|
|Wednesday 11th December||Christmas lunch at the canteen|
|Wednesday 11th December||S1 Pantomine visit|
|Wednesday 11th December||S5/6 Parents Evening||4.30pm|
|Monday 16th December||S4 reports issued|
|Tuesday 17th December||School Show||7pm|
|Wednesday 18th December||School Show||7pm|
|Thursday 19th December||Inter-House Quiz|
|Thursday 19th December||Senior Christmas Dance||7pm-10.30pm|
|Friday 20th December||Christmas Assemblies||8.50am-10.20am|
|Friday 20th December||Activities including S6/Staff football|
|Friday 20th December||School closes 12.25pm|
Miss Strachan and a group of s6 pupils will be attending the Who Needs Education? Conference 2013 at Hutchesons' Grammar School on Monday 9th December to view the final of the Education Challenge competition. Funding for tranportation has been secured by The Friends of Carluke High School in a grant from Foundation Scotland.
The House Teams have been attending registration classes to collect cans of food for the elderly to make up Christmas parcels. Each pupil is encouraged to bring in at least one can to contribute to this good work. Please keep contributing.
The school is noticable quieter this morning as the S4 year group are out on work experience this week 2nd- 6th December. We hope they enjoy this opportunity and learn about working in different environments. We are very grateful to all the companies who have accepted our pupils and hope they gain from the experience too.
Best wishes to you all.