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Young Musicians of the Year 2017 - Junior - Kirsty Forrest on clarinet, Senior - Emma Forrest on piano
The talents of our young musicians were showcased this evening (Thursday 16.11.17) in our annual Young Musician of the Year competition.
Ably presented by Alannah Crozier and Cara McBride we were entertained by the nine juniors including four first year students. before the seniors
presented their competion pieces. A range of instruments were played including piano, clarinet, saxophone, guitar, trumpet, trombone and xylophone.
Our judges, Mr Baddon, Ms Crosthwaite and Mr Roberts had a very difficult task in selecting the winners. In front of a delighted audience of family
and friends, sisters Emma and Kirsty Forrest, took first places with Laura Kelly and Ruth Cunningham worthy runners up.
Many thanks to the Music Department for all their hard work, to all our talented performers who have put in hours of practice and to our appreciative audience.
We look forward to the next musical event.
Congratulations to Cameron Colquhoun 1B who was the winner
Well done Cameron!
Some of our seniour pupils have been trained by Listen Well Scotland and are now ready to offer Listening Time4U sessions.
They hold a drop in on Monday lunchtimes in wing E but are also available for one to one sessions.
Listening is important as it gives time and space for people to:
- tell their story
- understand and be understood
- be valued and respected as a human being
- be able to express feelings honestly
To find out more we have two handouts below:
If you would like further information please speak to your Pupil Support Teacher or Megan Crawley 6M.
Open to S1-S3 pupils on Tuesday lunchtimes at 1.25pm in Room A101.
STEM club involves using Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to solve Problems for interesting and fun challenges!
The first challenge will be to do with renewable energy and windmills which will include you making your own device!
See Miss Rose (Technical) for more details.
We are very excited to welcome our Erasmus+ panel to Carluke High School on Thursday 16th November 2017 to judge the S2 class proposals for the Erasmus+ project.
Our panel will consist of representatives from The Carluke Development Trust, VisitLanarkshire, and one of our very own Carluke High School Depute Head Teachers.
The winning class will be chosen by our three panel members and all S2 pupils will be notified of the decision at the S2 assembly on Tuesday 21st November 2017.
Good Luck to all who are presenting! – Mr Sinclair and Mrs Drennan
Have you really enjoyed a book you have read recently?
Would you like to win tickets to go to Airspace?
This is your opportunity to win tickets to Airspace by submitting a book review to Miss Gaughan,
the top three will also be published on the school website.
Deadline 8th December.
You can use your own template or choose one of the three provided below for you.
|Green Review||Yellow Review||Red Review|
Miss Gaughan has also created a powerpoint on why reading is beneficial to you, view it here.
You will be amazed at how good reading is for you!
There is a S1 Parents’ Information Evening on the 27th November from 6.30pm-7.30pm.
Come along and learn about each of the subjects and the wider school.
We would be delighted to inform you about what happens in S1.
Thinking about your future career options?
Want to learn more about the need for languages in business?
Join us at SCILT’s Business Brunch in Strathclyde University
(Glasgow, Friday 12th January)
Aimed specifically at S3 – S6 pupils, the Business Brunch will demonstrate the relevance of language skills in a work context.
You will hear from a wide range of dynamic business leaders who view languages as a key skill in today’s globalised world, get the chance to speak and listen to representatives from a variety of businesses, while having some refreshments.
You will be able to ask questions directly and discover more about the range of careers and employment opportunities available within each of the sectors present, and hear first-hand the important role that languages play in the business community
If you are interested, give your name, and a note with the reason for your interest, to Mrs Drennan (B207) by Friday 24th November – we have ten spaces!