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Congratulations to Emma Ruthven 3K who will represent Scotland at the Junior European Karate Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria in February.
She trains 6 days a week at the Kokusai Karate Club in Clydebank. A huge commitment to her sport.
Click here to see an article from the Clydebank Post on Emma's achievements.
As part of our drive to improve our engagement with parents and carers, I would like to invite you to the school on Wednesday 11 January at 7pm.
There will be a presentation from Mr Swan, one of our S1 parents, on an exciting new initiative to improve parental engagement.
In addition, Ms Campbell will deliver a presentation on effective parental engagement, looking at the latest research and suggesting ways in which parents and carers can become more engaged with school in order to support their child.
The chair of our Parent Council, Ms Brown, will inform you about how our Parent Council and Parent Forum operates and how you could become involved.
Following these presentations, there will be a meeting of the Parent Council.
This will incorporate the AGM, which will include the election of office bearers.
If you do not wish to be involved in the Parent Council, there is no need to stay on for this meeting.
We hope you can attend.
Letters with details on how to book appointments will be issued to pupils on Monday 9th January.
Appointments can be made through the following link http://www.parents-booking.co.uk/carluke
If you do not have access to book online, please call the school office on 01555 773680 to make bookings.
Girls in Icy Fjords is a new expedition that will take place for the first time in August 2017! By kayak, 8 girls will explore Bear Glacier and its surrounding marine environment near Seward, AK. Accompanied by a sea kayak guide, professional scientist, and artists, the team will learn about the important connection between glaciers and oceans. The different shades of blue, white and grey, the sounds of cracking ice, and the merging alpine and maritime smells will provide a perfect playground to improve scientific observational skills, get a close look at a quickly changing environment, reflect thoughts and senses in drawings, become more self-confident in unknown territory, and build friendships for a lifetime.
Girls in Icy Fjords will bring together a team of eight girls from all over the world representing many different lifestyles, cultures, and levels of outdoor experience. Applications will be considered in tandem with those for the other Inspiring Girls Expeditions so that the most diverse teams of girls can be selected for each program.
Girls on Ice Cascades is open to girls from all over the world. It takes place in Washington state on Mount Baker, an active volcano.
To apply follow thislink:
What an exciting term we have had. Lots of events and the pupils have been very busy.
Read all about it in our Christmas Newsletter.
Carluke High’s annual Burns’ Supper will take place on Thursday the 12th of January from 7pm until 10pm.
Tickets are £6 and a meal of haggis, neeps and tatties will be provided as will an evening of entertainment celebrating Burns’ life.
Staff and pupils are welcome. Tickets are available from Mrs McDonald (English) this week.
Huge congratulations to Alex Marshall 5D who has been selected to represent Scotland at the forthcoming European
Championships, in Sofia, Bulgaria from 20th - 23rd April 2017 in the following categories.
• Junior Female Sparring -55kg
• Junior Female Team
We hope you enjoy this wonderful opportunity.