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Mr. Jones from the Computing Department has entered the school in the UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge which requires students to answer a set of questions online within a time limit of 45 minutes. Answering these questions involves the same set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs and Apps.
The challenge is organised into three age groups - S1-2, S3-4, S5-6 with pupils in our S2, S3, S5/6 Computing Science classes taking part.
Pupils and parents can have a look at sample questions and have a practice at the Bebras Website -
Mr. Jones advises careful reading of the questions!
Winners of the challenge from each year group will be announced on the website on the 24th February. All pupils who enter will be awarded a certificate of participation.
More information on request.
Are you in S4 or S5 and interested in going to Tanzania in 2016?
Vine Trust are inviting senior school pupils to connect with us to change the lives of some of the poorest children and families in East Africa.
Come along to an information evening on Monday 3rd November at 6.30pm in the school to hear more about the trip.
Please bring a parent/carer with you.
For more information on the work of the Trust or what is involved in a trip to Tanzania visit www.vinetrust.org
The National Parent Forum of Scotland (NPFS) has been developing resources to help parents understand what Curriculum for Excellence means for their child. We have been working with Scottish Government, SQA and Education Scotland to ensure that parents get the information they need and want, at the right time.
We have created additional resources for the new Higher qualifications as part of our popular Nutshell series. The resources provide a summary of the qualifications, with the aim of helping parents and pupils understand more about what is involved. Highers in a Nutshell are clear, concise guides which summarise each subject, outlining the key skills learners can expect to gain and providing links to further information. To access the Highers in a Nutshell resources, please visit our website:
Carluke Community Sport Hub encompasses Carluke High School, Carluke Leisure Centre, the John Cumming Stadium and associated outdoor pitches. The Hub was established in September 2011 and currently has 7 clubs engaged with the hub.
The clubs involved include; basketball, athletics, triathlon, football, running and dance.
For more information please access their website http://www.carlukesporthub.co.uk/
Friday 24th October
All S5/6 are asked to wear one item of pink clothing in place of one item of your uniform, eg. pink shoes or pink shirt etc, and donate £1 towards Breast Cancer Campaign.
For more details see the Wear it pink website
Tuesday 21st October – Periods 2 and 3
All S1 pupils will be present at this performance which will take place in our Street area.
This play replaces our annual 'Natural High' show which has been a feature in the school calendar for many years.
Tuesday 28th October
Higher Drama Showcase
Wednesday 29th October
National 5 Showcase
P1 – P7
Graeme Greer 5D has won both the Junior and Senior Championship at Carluke Golf Club.
He is only the second junior to have achieved this amazing feat.
Graeme, who plays off 3, has also represented the Scotland u-16's this year.
Well done Graeme, you have performed brilliantly.