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Earlier this month, S3 Business pupils took part in a Dragons’ Den event. The product ideas and presentations from all teams were fantastic.
The team pitching FindIt, a GPS chip and mobile app for locating lost personal items, triumphed.
Congratulations to Anna Britton, 3K, Catherine McIntyre, 3B2, Dionne Fleming, 3M, and Lauren McKie, 3K, who blew the dragons away with their product and presentation.
The all-girl team are now Carluke High School’s Champions of Industry 2015.
Head Dragon Helen Salt, Business Engagement Consultant, presented the girls with the Champions of Industry Trophy.
A selection of pupils throughout S1 to S6 participated in the annual Cross Country Championships at Biggar Rugby Club on the 25th of February 2015.
Despite its notorious reputation for having poor weather, all of our pupils shone in challenging conditions.
Congratulations to James Gillon and Adam Kelly of 3rd year who took 2nd and 3rd place respectively in their year group.
A massive well done goes to all our pupils who participated and we hope to see even more competing next year!
NATIONAL 5 & HIGHER SPANISH TALKING PERFORMANCE
Pupils will undertake the Performances for the Talking element of the National 5 and Higher Spanish courses on the following dates:
- Monday 2 March
- Wednesday 4 March
- Monday 9 March
- Tuesday 10 March
- Thursday 12 March
- Thursday 19 March
Pupils have been issued with a letter to advise parents/carers of the requirements for this SQA Performance, and they have been issued with a time and date for their Performance.
The Performance is worth 30% of the final mark at both National 5 and Higher levels.
Pupils should have their Presentation learned and have their topics practised for the conversation.
If a pupil is absent on day of their Performance, they will need to bring a medical note in order for an alternative slot to be arranged.
Drama have been working with several senior students on a National Progression Award in Acting and Performance. Our young people were introduced to Verbatim Theatre,
a style of contemporary theatre which uses actual ‘real life’ accounts/interviews from ‘real life’ people - these accounts are crafted by the theatre makers to produce a piece of live theatre.
The students piece commemorates the seventieth anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau and will be presented tomorrow, Thursday 26th February.
Ruth Currie 2D has been attending trials recently for an Under – 16s girls’ football team to represent South Lanarkshire at this year’s International Children’s Games in Holland.
She is now down to the last 12 but only 7 can be chosen so we wish her good luck!
We are running a Burns’ Night in the school on the evening of Thursday 26th Feb for staff and senior pupils.
Tickets £5 available to staff, pupils and parents of participating pupils available from Mr O'Neill or Mrs Frew.
Please come along and support us . You’ll have a fun night!
“Progress reports will be issued at registration on Friday 20th February for all S4, S5 and S6 pupils. These are the final reports for these pupils this session.”