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Having already won one cup our pupils who play for Milton Rovers 2003s have another opportunity to lift a cup.
LFDA Cup Under 14's final against Holytown Colts will take place on Sunday 14th May at 10am in the John Cummings Stadium.
We wish you every success and if anyone would like to come along to watch the game, they would be delighted with the extra support.
The new timetable will start on Monday 15th May for our current S1 -3 pupils.
Here are some of the details.
There will be a timetable for all of our current S1, S2 and S3 pupils in Registration folders tomorrow morning.
Pupils will continue to register in the same class.
As our current S1-3 will become S2-4 our assemblies will reflect this.
Therefore in general there will be assemblies on a Tues, Wed and Thurs for our new S2, S3 and S4.
Next week however, there are House assemblies.
Deputy First Minister Set to Launch National Digital Learning Week National Digital Learning Week is 15-19th May.
This year the theme of the week is ‘Digital Difference’ and throughout the week you’re invited to share and celebrate the digital approaches which make a positive impact on your classroom practice.
The week will be packed with inspiring case studies showcasing how digital makes a difference throughout the entire learner journey equipping young people for work. Whether you’re a digital leader or simply just starting out and looking for some digital inspiration, National Digital Learning Week is for everyone.
More information here
What is Pupil Equity Funding?
Pupil Equity Funding is money that will go to your child’s school to help them provide the best possible opportunities for children’s learning. In particular, it is there to help the school support children who experience barriers to learning and who might be falling behind or not getting the same chances in their education because their family is experiencing poverty or other financial difficulties.
This money is given to schools as part of the Scottish Government’s Scottish Attainment Challenge.
Why is the Scottish Government providing the Pupil Equity Funding?
The Scottish Government wants to see every child succeed and achieve their full potential.
That’s why we have decided to give extra money to schools to help them to make education fairer.
Who is the Pupil Equity Funding for?
Pupil Equity Funding is designed to support children in Primary 1 to S3 who are eligible and registered for free school meals.
However, Headteachers can use their judgement to support other children in their school who are affected by poverty.
To view the Pupil Equuity Funding Leaflet please click here
Carluke High hosted the annual Primary Public Speaking Showcase last night (3rd May) in conjunction with Carluke Development Trust.
One pupil from P6 and P7 from each of the primary schools in our Learning community took part.
The children spoke with confidence, some without any notes and with great enthusiasm about their chosen subjects which ranged from Samurai to Boerboels, from Boys' Brigade to The Blitz.
It was an very entertaining and informative evening and each pupil was presented with a plaque to take home.
Thanks go to Carluke Developement Trust and all who helped to make this a very worthwhile event.
More photographs are available in our image gallery.
Full time admin assistant required with the potential to train further in insurance.
Good literacy and numerical skills essential as is the knowledge of computer systems.
Office based in Lanark.
In the first instance please send a CV together with a short description of your interest and how your skills make you ideal for this position.
N J Brown Agency, NFU Mutual Office
Office 3 First Floor
Lanark Agricultural Centre, Hyndford Road, Lanark, ML11 9AX
S1 pupils have been studying the Vikings in History.
Their homework included researching the topic and creating a brochure.
Philip Larkins 1H however, went the extra mile and created an amazing lifesize, handpainted shield with hammer and sword.
Fantastic work Philip. His handiwork is now on display in the school library.