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Our annual prize giving took place on the evening of Tuesday 17th June. Prizes were awarded to pupils to recognise academic, community, cultural and sporting achievement. We were delighted Mr John Carnochan OBE accepted our invitation to address the audience and to hand out the prizes. The audience was filled with very proud families, staff, prize donors and invited dignitaries. It was a wonderful evening of celebration and recognition of our pupils, very ably chaired by School Vice-Captain Fiona Park. Thanks to everyone who supported this evening.
Dux of Carluke High School 2014 is Faiza Bano.
To see all the prizewinners click on Annual Prizegiving Programme 2014
The Paul Lawrie Foundation Scottish Schools Golf Championship.
Graeme Greer 5D finished 8th out of a field of around 120 boys with rounds of 74 and 71, which is 4 over par for the two rounds ....he will now hopefully go through to be part of the 12 man team to play England's Schools Team in September.
Well done Graeme and best wishes for September.
Pamela McNicol 5D won silver in the U17w pentathlon on Saturday at Grangemouth
Very good result from a large field in the 15-17 age group from all over Scotland.
The 6th Year Leavers Ceremony took place on Tuesday 10th June with over 70 of our 6th year students taking part, along with 150 parents and 50 staff. The event was deemed a great success by every one involved and will definitely be included in our school calendar for next year. Any of the 6th year who were unable to attend can collect their leavers certificate from the school office.
Great excitement in the Science Corridor. The Biology Department have been looking after some incubators containing fertile eggs, provided by the Educational Egg Company, and so far 12 chicks have hatched.
The Science Club and the Biology classes are taking it in turn to care for the chicks. In fact, most of the school have been up to Mr McAvoy's classroom to visit them.
The pupils have been naming the chicks, so we have Henrik, Subo, Ralph, Babs, Lubo and Kobe so far.
Very well done to Nathan Low 5D2 who was on the Podium twice at the Juniors and U23 Development International Regatta in Piešťany, Slovakia, representing Great Britain for the British Canoeing Union. Nathan and Peter competed in the U-16 200m and 500m K2 events where they won silver medals in both.
For more information click this link to the British Canoeing website.
Pamela and Emily McNicol have been busy once again. Pamela won the under-17 80m and 300m hurdle races at the recent West District Championships in Kilmarnock, and Emily equalled her PB with a leap of 1.60m to win silver in the under-17 women's high jump. Well done girls and we wish you both a very successful season.
Their next competition is the Scottish Schools Pentathalon in Grangemouth on the 14th June.