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One of Carluke High School’s priorities is to ensure that your child’s journey to and from school is safe. As the new term is almost upon us, we would like to advise you of the travel procedures which will operate from the start of term on Monday, 17 August, 2015.
With effect from this August we will no longer be issuing photographic bus passes to pupils. It is therefore imperative that your child travels on the correct bus contract and boards the bus at their identified pick-up point, as per your letter from SPT.
The Post Results Service replaced the former Appeals Process in August 2014.
Each pupil undertaking SQA examinations in 2015 received information from the SQA in March outlining the new Post Results Service.
Please find a summary in the attached letter which was issued last year.
Where a candidate's grade is significantly different from that expected, based on the evidence the school holds about the candidate's performance throughout the course, a school may request a clerical check and/or an SQA marking review. The candidate must, however, give permission for this in writing.
Please note that all pupil and parental queries relating to the Post Results Service will be dealt with when pupils return to school.
To read the letter please click on the link below.
There will be an opportunity for pupils to change options on Wednesday 12 August from 9am-12noon.
Please note that this opportunity is only for pupils who have performed better, or less well, than expected in SQA exams.
All other queries, including change of levels, will be dealt with when pupils return to school.
Pupils and staff have been through an exhaustive process to ensure correct choices have been made and any possible changes must be considered carefully.
This letter states the current position in relation to the Council proposal to increase the qualification distance of entitlement to free secondary school mainstream transport to pupils residing more than 3 miles from their school.
The Consultation Report is currently being finalised and will be published on the Council’s website from 10 July 2015.
To view letter click here
The grim tales competition was completed in English when you wrote a 100 words or less, and made up a story about a grim tale. We then decided if we wanted our entries to be submitted.
Morgan Eaton, Ryan McCrae. Ben Christie and Luke Scroggie will all have their writing published in an anthology which will be avaiable in September.
Well done to you all!
Our annual prizegiving was held on Tuesday 16th June at 7pm. It was ably chaired by School Captain Faiza Bano and entertained by the School band. Mr Smith gave his annual report to the parents highlighting the successes the school has achieved this past year. The address was given by Mr John Brown, Regional Manager of the Scottish FA, and he passed on lots good advice to the pupils. He then presented the prizes. Ross Beveridge, School Captain, closed the evening with a vote of thanks.
The Martin Aerospace Prizes for Academic Achievent in Fifth year were presented to:
Proxime Accessit- Eliabeth Rayner and Third place- Laona Allan.
The Probus Club of Carluke Medal:
Dux of Carluke High School 2015 Riaz Shajahan
The Martin Aerospace Prizes for Academic Achievement in Fourth year were presented to:
First place - Evie Robb, Second Place- Emily McNicol and Third place- Sean Allan
It was a lovely evening to celebrate with pupils, staff and parents the hard work and achievements of the past year.