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Thanks to all who helped in any way with the inter house today. It was a great day and we all had a brilliant time.
I must pay special thanks to the PE staff who never stopped all day.
The results of the Inter House Football and Netball are as follows:

Football   1st Belstane    6 pts Netball    1st Lee 6pts
  2nd Halbar 5 pts   2nd Kirkton 5 pts
  3rd Lee 4 pts   3rd Halbar 4 pts
  4th Kirkton 3 pts   4th Douglas 3 pts
  5th Douglas 2 pts   5th Belstane    2 pts
  6th Milton 1 pt   6th Milton 1 pt

Dear Parent/Carer,

Please find attached a brief news update and a calendar of events for 2016/17.

If an item in the calendar is related to a particular year group, a ‘x’ is displayed under S1, S2 etc on the right hand side of the calendar.
A full newsletter will follow in October.

A Smith

News Update September 2016

Calendar of Events 2016-17

We’re delighted to share the following opportunity on behalf of BAE Systems Naval Ships. Please find details below and attached, and direct any queries or requests for tickets to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The next BAE Systems Engineering Apprentice Open Evening will be hosted at BAE’s Govan site on Thursday 3 November, 17.00 – 20.30. This open evening will launch the 2016/2017 apprentice recruitment campaign which means people will be able to apply for one of the fantastic opportunities once they’ve been to the event.

Click here to see leaflet.

Ten years ago the Scottish Parliament passed a law to ensure that parents can be fully involved in their children’s schooling. This was to help parents be involved with their child’s education and learning, feel welcomed to take part in the life of the school, and to be encouraged to express their views, on their school and working together with the school.

This review asks for your opinion on the impact, successes and shortfalls of the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act 2006. This includes looking at how well schools involve parents in what they do, and finding ideas to develop ways to better involve parents in the life and work of their schools. It is also hoped that it will inspire everyone to look at the most effective way of helping parents support children in Scottish schools.

Today we are launching our Call for Evidence. A ‘Call for Evidence’ is a way to ask the public what they think, gather information on what issues exist, and suggest ways of dealing with them. This call for evidence asks for your views as a parent. It asks for your opinion on the impact, successes and failings of the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act 2006. This includes looking at how well schools involve parents in what they do, and finding ideas to develop ways to better involve parents in the life and work of their schools.

All of the information, including a link to the online survey, and downloadable paper copies can be found here. The survey will close on October 31st.

If you are a member of your school's parent council, you can find designated parent council information and survey here .

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The Travelling Gallery is visiting us today with their exhibition Alt-w:Blush response,  in partnership with New Media Scotland.

It is an exciting opportunity for our Art students and staff.

The art pieces in the travelling exhibition explore experimental and interactive practice, making use of technology as both a platform and a medium, recognising the continuous changing role that digital culture has in our society.

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The Physical Education department is offering a unique experience for pupils to attend two UEFA Champions League fixtures.
Any pupils interested should attend a meeting on Friday 16th September at morning interval.

Tuesday 1st November - Manchester City v FC Barcelona (7.45pm kick-off)

Tuesday 6th December - Manchester City v Celtic (7.45pm kick-off)

Journalism Club Reporter: Megan Crawley
Photography: Chloe McEwan

A trio of Carluke High School pupils got the chance of a lifetime when they represented their country at The UK School Games recently.
S5 pupil Andrew Berry and S4 pupils David Hird and Cameron Watson took part in the Games on 1st-4th September at Loughborough University.
The event was made up of 12 sports, including seven disability events, with the Carluke students participating in Wheelchair Table Tennis and Wheelchair Basketball.

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