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Tuesday 11th August - Staff Only INSET
Wednesday 12th August S1, S5 and S6 Pupils
Thursday 13th August - S1 and S4 Pupils
Friday 14th August - S2 and S3 Pupils
All pupils will attend school on Monday 17th August.
Please find attached the updated information regarding South Lanarkshire Council schools re-opening in August from Tony McDaid, Executive Director, Education Resources.
Any S5/6 pupil who wants to discuss options for 2020-21 having received their SQA results please email or phone (01555 773680) school today Tuesday 4th August.
An interview over the phone will be arranged on Wednesday 5th August.
Good luck to everyone receiving results!
School ties are now available for all S1 pupils only to collect from the school office.
There is no requirement for payment on collection thanks to the generosity of all our associated primary schools.
A big thanks to our uniform supplier ALJ Supplies for ensuring ties are available for those first day photos in August.
We look forward to seeing all our new S1 pupils in August in their new school ties.
The school office will be open between 9am and 3pm Monday to Thursday and 9am and 12pm on a Friday, the only day it will be closed is 20th July.
Senior Ties are also available from the school office. Please use Parent Pay to pay before collecting from the school office.
We are launching the Carluke Development Trust annual photography competition for all secondary school age pupils.
This year’s theme is Celebration.
All entries will be printed on A4 and displayed in a venue in Carluke during the Jam and Ham Festival which runs from 28th September to 3rd October 2020.
There will be prizes awarded to the top three photographs chosen by the judges.
We are looking forward to viewing your entries, so get snapping with those cameras.
Information Update – 24 June 2020
Normally the last day of the summer term is a time when parents, carers and families are able to reflect and to celebrate the progress and achievements their children have made during the school year.
There is no doubt this year has been one of significant change for all of us. However, it has not been one without hope and inspiration and I have witnessed the way in which families and young people have supported each other, as well as some of the outstanding work that that has taken place between schools and families.
Yesterday’s announcement by the Deputy First Minister outlining the ambition for a full return to schools for pupils in August, if it is safe to do so, is something that we would all welcome. He said: ‘If we stay on track, if we all continue to do what is right, and if we can further suppress this terrible virus, the Government believes that we should prepare for children to be able to return to school full time in August.’
It is very important that we support our children and young people following on from what I am sure will have been one of the most significant periods in their lifetime. I am delighted to have seen how excited our P1 and P7 pupils have been when we have had some of them in our schools during the past week or so. Of course, there are considerable logistical issues that we will need to address, such as what does getting back to normal look like, issues around transport and, of course, how we welcome our children and young people back. I would wish to reassure you that this will be the focus for our team during the summer period.
I am now waiting on further national advice and guidance that will help guide us in our preparations. I will be back in contact over the summer when we have some specific information about the restart in August. I am acutely aware that you only have a note of our blended learning plans, which if deemed safe to do so, will need to be changed for a full return of all pupils in August.
We will continue to work closely with our council colleagues, professional associations and trade union partners and keep you updated. Schools close today for their summer break, and staff have been working extremely hard in setting up classrooms, preparing resources and arrangements, much of which we will build on for August.
Once again, thank you for your ongoing support.
Take care and stay safe.
Executive Director of Education Resources
South Lanarkshire Council
We would like to wish everyone a happy and safe summer holidays and would appreciate if you could please take some time to complete the following 'Parent/Carer Health & Wellbeing' survey.
Parent/Carer Health & Wellbeing Survey: