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All S4-6 pupils this week will receive their individualised timetables for the Prelims.
The prelim exams are on Friday 23 Jan 2015 – Friday 30 Jan 2015 inclusive.
National 5 Hospitality candidates will have their practical exam on Monday 2 February.
125 S1 pupils will be going to Cumbernauld Theatre on Wednesday 10th December to see the panto 'Aladdin.
S1 pupils going on the trip should NOT go to their period 4 class on Wednesday but should stay in the street after morning interval.
Pupils MUST wear school uniform.
Bring a packed lunch to eat on the bus.
Bus leaves Carluke High at 12 noon.
We will return in time to catch the school buses at 3.35
Any problems see Mr O' Neill.
To see more examples of National 5 artwork go to our image gallery.
The Sutton Trust runs a programme to assist UK school students who might consider undertaking their Higher Education in the USA.
“The programme is centred on a one week summer school in the US, with introductory events, application support, and test preparation”.
The Sutton Trust U.S. Program, in association with the U.S. - UK Fulbright Commission, is open for applications for summer 2015 http://us.suttontrust.com/
It provides high-achieving, state school students a taste of life at a top-tier American university. Focusing on social mobility, the Sutton Trust U.S. Program is aimed at students from low or middle income families who would be the first generation in their family to go to university. The initiative is centred on a one-week summer school at a leading American university with introductory events and application support in the UK before and after. Host campuses last year were MIT, Harvard, and Yale.
To read the flyer click here
Health Protection Scotland have issued the following advice for Scottish students and school children travelling home to African countries at Christmas.
As Christmas approaches, some of the students studying in Scotland may be planning to travel home to spend the holiday period with their friends and families.
Many students attending universities and schools in Scotland come from African countries but very few are from the main Ebola-affected countries (Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone).
Students should be advised that they should prepare for travel with appropriate vaccinations and antimalarial tablets, should avoid travelling if they are feverish or unwell and should practice good hygiene (especially hand washing) and take care with food and water while away.
A sample of the Christmas Cakes designed and produced by the National 5 Cake Decorating Class.
Go to our image gallery to see all the cakes.
I would like to thank everyone who contributed towards the Christmas Shoebox appeal. We managed to send an amazing 131 boxes and raise £171.11.
Finn Hazelwood (6B) and Shane Cranston (1B) are the winners of the £30 Amazon vouchers.
Thank you for the support.
Food Bank Collection
From Monday the 1st of December items will be collected in school which will be donated to the local food bank. Christmas is a time to think about others – especially those less fortunate than ourselves and donations will be much appreciated. In particular, we are collecting: cans, dried foods and selection boxes.
These items will be collected during registration or can be handed to Mrs Ross or Mrs McDonald.