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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!
Mrs Forshaw's S2 Elective Science class have been finding out all about eyeballs in a very creative way.
Caitlin Woodhead (4L), Eilidh Dunlop (3B), Erin Ward (2D), Hayley Brown (3H), Islay Cross (2H), Jack Brown (4H2), Kayleigh Devine (4H2), Kelsey Devine (4H2), Kyle Deacon (2H), Luke Patrick (2D) and Robyn Edment (4L) have dedicated their mornings and lunchtimes this week to raise money for a fantastic cause.
They have been working hard this week with Miss Hutchinson to give out poppies and collect money for the Poppy appeal across the school. We are very excited to see how much Carluke High School has raised this year. A massive well done to our poppy superstars and a huge thank you to everybody who has donated.
Higher Modern Languages Monday, 13 Nov @ 6.00 pm
Advanced Higher Modern Languages Monday, 13 Nov @ 6.45 pm
National 5 English Tuesday, 14 Nov @ 6.00 pm
Advanced Higher Biology Wednesday,15 Nov @ 6.00 pm
Higher Human Biology Thursday,16 Nov @ 6.00 pm
For more information on how to take part in our online sessions as well as upcoming sessions, please visit our Live Online Sessions page.
Please note that worksheets will be available and should be attempted before some sessions.
Regular updates are also available via Twitter @SCHOLARuk and Facebook SCHOLARprogramme
Congratulations to Rebeka Hamilton 3L on winning the competition to produce a poster to
promote the sale of Poppies within the school.
Thanks to all who took part, the standard was very high, and Rebeka was a worthy winner.
All S1 have received a letter this morning concerning a trip to the Pantomime at Cumbernauld Theatre on Thursday 21st December to see "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens.
Slips should be returned to Mr O'Neill along with £11 to cover the ticket and the bus.
Places are limited to 90 so get your slip returned quickly.
More details to follow.
An apprenticeship in the RAF offers you the chance to get paid and gain a UK-recognised trade qualification as part of a challenging and unique career.
Not only will you gain a civilian recognised professional qualification, but upon completion you’ll also have a guaranteed job in your chosen field and have the opportunity to travel the world and work in close proximity to all our aircraft.
SLC is running a campaign which will target unnecessary engine idling around school, leisure and cultural venues.
Children are more vulnerable to air pollution because they breathe 50% more air per pound of body weight than adults.
Engine idling occurs outside schools, leisure and cultural centres when children are dropped off and picked up and this coincides with the time children are often concentrated in these areas.
Many people idle their vehicles because they think it is better for their cars or uses less fuel. This is not the case. Here are a few simple facts:
- Restarting your engine does not use more fuel than idling
According to the Consumer Energy Centre idling for more than 10 seconds uses more fuel than restarting your car.