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All S1 pupils will receive their very own micro-bit, which is a mini computing device, free of charge!
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Alexander Bond 5D
Who became Lanark Chess Club champion for the second year running. When he won it last year he was the youngest ever to win the adult competition.
He has also been selected again to represent Scotland in the Home Nations Chess Championships to take place in England during the summer holidays.
Katie Mc Intyre 5D
Who represented South Lanarkshire Swim Team at the Scottish National Championships at Tollcross International Swimming Centre over the Easter holidays.
Katie won a bronze medal in the 400m Medley Relay ( Over 17 age category ).
Mitchell Stevenson 3B
Who won a GOLD medal at the same swim event for the 400m Medley Relay. Mitchell swam the butterfly leg.
He is now a Scottish Champion!
NASA Trip October 2016: 2 places have become available on this out of this world trip. Please see Dr Gall in A207 if you are interested in attending.
On 22 March 2016, the Parentzone Scotland website published leavers’ destinations and senior phase attainment data for the 2014/15 school leavers from all publicly funded secondary schools in Scotland.
The Carluke High School data can be found by clicking on the link below.
Schools close on Thursday, 24 March 2016 re-open on Tuesday 29th March 2016.
Schools close on Friday, 1 April 2016 and re-open on Monday 18th April
Schools closed on Monday 2nd May 2016
Schools are closed on Thursday, 5 May 2016
On Thursday 24th March, Carluke High School will be holding WEAR IT BRIGHT day in support of WWF (World Wildlife Fund).
All pupils should wear full school uniform but add ONE item of bright clothing and bring £1 to donate to WWF.
All staff and pupils will be encouraged to keep energy use to a minimum that day too eg. lights off if there is enough natural light and projectors off if not in use.
Carluke High School celebrated Pi day on Monday March 14th.
At lunchtime a competition was held to see which student could memorise the most digits of Pi.
Competition was fierce and prior to the event there was already talk of students having learnt Pi to around sixty decimal places.
The results were simply incredible.
In the senior competition, Andrew Halls S6 recited a mind boggling 142 digits of Pi beating the pre-event favourite Riaz Shajahan by 4 digits and won the most coveted prize of a Raspberry Pi Zero.
Lucy Jones S1 was winner of the junior competition, winning a 75 Piece Stationery Set for memorising 55 digits of pi.
Every entrant was also rewarded with delicious and scrumptious pies.
Below is a list of everyone who took part.
All S1 are completing a Maths assessment on Wednesday 23rd March.
All S2 will have end of year Maths Assessment as follows:
Paper 1 Non calculator: Tuesday 26th April
Paper 2 Calculator: Wednesday 27th April.
All S2 pupils will be given summary information along with revision sheets to help prepare them.
The results from this assessment will be used to help set the classes for S3.