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The buses from Forth and Climpy buses will be leaving school today at 12pm.
The Family Club will be cancelled today due to adverse weather.
Club will resume as normal next Friday.
This will take place on Thursday 8 February between 5.30 pm and 8.30 pm in The Street.
We have a long list of exhibitors booked to offer advice on a range of careers, pathways and courses, including NHS Lanarkshire, Glasgow School of Art, First Direct, University of Stirling, Skills Development Scotland, Scottish Power...
This event is open to all pupils and parents/carers, and is intended to help with subject choices for Deeper Learning and National Qualifications.
In order to manage access to exhibitors we suggest S1-S4 pupils attend between 5.30-7.00 and S5/S6 attend between 7.00-8.30.
A full list of exhibitors will be published ahead of the event.
We are keen to hear from parents wishing to get involved in Developing the Young Workforce at Carluke High School.
Your knowledge, experience and varied skill set can inspire, engage and develop the next generation.
We wish to confirm that having considered the weather conditions and forecast for Friday (having moved from Amber to Yellow) we have assessed the position for all schools in South Lanarkshire.
The decision is:
· All schools and establishments in South Lanarkshire are expected to open as normal on Friday 19th January 2018.
· It is expected that all Additional Support Needs schools and bases and transport will be operational as normal.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their support and understanding during this period of adverse weather.
Closing date for 2018 Trainee Craftsperson applications is Sunday 21 January 2018
We are looking to recruit two intakes of Trainee Craftsperson’s starting in May and November 2018.
Our Trainee Craftsperson Programme combines academic and technical skills training with work based learning assessment where individuals will study towards a nationally-recognised qualification.
Locations: Opportunities will be available throughout Scotland, Wales & England (Merseyside/Cheshire).
For more information on the programme, including how to apply, please visit the ScottishPower Corporate website:
ScottishPower / People and Careers / Trainee Craftsperson Programme
Follow the English Department’s Twitter account for updates about the work we are doing @CarlukeEnglish
| Delighted to have visitors from Spain and Ireland in school last week to discuss Erasmus + project.
All of S2 maths will have a non-calculator maths test on Tuesday 30th January.
Please note the change of date.
Make sure you prepare!