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RAISING ATTAINMENT AND CLOSING THE GAP AT CARLUKE HIGH SCHOOL

A GUIDE FOR PARENTS AND CARERS

At Carluke High School, we are committed to working together to create inspirational learning opportunities and bright futures for every pupil.
This is the vision that we share across our school.

SCHOOL AIMS AND VALUES

We aim to sustain a happy learning environment by developing character, confidence, courage and kindness.
Pupils have opportunities to grow as young people and to participate in classroom, cross-curricular and extra-curricular activities that allow them to develop these characteristics.

To support everyone in our school to achieve these aims and vision, we promote the values of ambition, optimism and respect.

HELPING PUPILS TO ACHIEVE

We want to let you know what we are going to do to support your child during their time at Carluke High School to achieve their best.

We will:
- enable pupils to speak about and recognise their progress
- monitor and track progress for all pupils across all subjects and curriculum areas
- ensure all staff know how pupils are progressing
- support pupils by using a wide range of interventions and strategies
- help pupils to develop study skills
- help you to support your child in their learning
- engage with you on a range of school matters
- listen to pupils, parents/carers and staff to do what is best for every young person in our school

We will do these in a variety of ways, and we will keep you updated via our website, twitter account and parental e-mails.

SUPPORTING YOUR CHILD

We will be holding two attainment evenings which will give you the chance to hear about the ways you can help and support your child with their learning.

Both events will be held in the Street area of the school.

S1: Parent Information Evening

View presentations from S1 Parent Information Evening

S4, S5 & S6: Senior Phase Study Skills Evening

View presentations from Senior Phase Raising Attainment Information Evening

Further details on these events will be made available nearer the time.

In addition, we will have curriculum evenings as follows:

S2 Curriculum Evening –
S3 Curriculum Evening –
S4 Curriculum Evening –

If you would like further information on any of the above, please contact:
Mrs McCormick, Depute Head Teacher, on 01555 773680.

FURTHER READING

In the National Improvement Framework (Scottish Government, 2016) the two main aims are:

Excellence through raising attainment: ensuring that every child achieves the highest standards in literacy and numeracy, set out within Curriculum for Excellence levels, and the right range of skills, qualifications and achievements to allow them to succeed; and

Achieving equity: ensuring every child has the same opportunity to succeed, with a particular focus on closing the poverty-related attainment gap.

The school runs on a 33 period week timetable.


See below for details:

Monday to Thursday   Friday
8.40-8.50am Registration   8.40-8.50am Registration
8.50-9.40am Period 1                    8.50-9.40am Period 1
9.40-10.30am Period 2   9.40-10.30am Period 2
10.30-11.20am Period 3      
      10.30-10.45am Morning Break
11.20-11.35am Morning Break      
      10.45-11.35am Period 3
11.35am-12.25pm Period 4   11.35am-12.25pm Period 4
12.25-1.15pm Period 5      
         
1.15-1.55pm Lunchtime      
         
1.55-2.45pm Period 6      
2.45-3.35pm Period 7      




The town of Carluke lies in the administrative area called South Lanarkshire in Scotland. It is the main town in the parish of the same name. The extent of the parish is 7 miles from west to east and 5 miles from north to south. At the north of the parish is Wishaw and Newmains in North Lanarkshire, in the south is the parish of Lanark. The parish stretches from the River Clyde to moorland and high hills in the east. The town was famous for the brick and clay works, horticulture and farming and preserves in the firm of R & W Scott Ltd. It has been since the war a town where an ever increasing proportion of the population served the industries of Motherwell, Hamilton, East Kilbride and Glasgow and consequently the town has a population which has increased from 7,000 in 1950 to nearly 18,000 today. It is not a market town although it has a very distinct identity of its own.Market, Carluke

The parish has several small outlying communities - Braidwood, Yieldshields, Kilncadzow, Waygateshaw, Cozie Glen (more vernacularly known as Orchard) and the largest, Law Village. All of these have become larger too and have a commuter population like Carluke. The area originated in Medieval times as a stopping place for Royalty during hunting in the "Forest" and later as a crossroads for travellers to Edinburgh, Peebles, Glasgow, Lanark and beyond. Carluke really started to develop with the advent of coal, iron and lime mining all over the parish from the middle to late 18th Century right up until the 1960's. The man colliery closed in the early 1950's. There were some small scale workings but the chief employers were the Coltness Iron Company and the Shotts Iron Company who owned most of the mines. Carluke was an 'Iron Town' and had many workers and rows of houses. Housing and wage conditions were not good and people did not enjoy great health at the time.

There were other industries within the parish - namely tailoring and drapery products, furniture making (Grahams, Grays) joinery firms, Hackney Horse business, clay and brick works, SMT Bus Garage and, of course, R W Scott Preserve works. Horticulture - tomato growing was very prominent also. The main landowners have been Kirkton house - Lee Estate, Waygateshaw Estate, Milton Lockhart and Mauldslie Estate

Carluke today is a fairly large thriving town with good access by road and rail to Glasgow and Edinburgh and south to England. There are large housing developments evident in recent years with a large percentage of home owners making up the population. There is a large High School which accommodates more than 1,300 pupils from the parish and beyond. There are seven primary schools within the parish. The community life, church life, and clubs and associations are all strong and prospering. The town still has a football team (Junior), a golf club, an American Football club, swimming baths (which are new), various horse establishments (some quite large), running clubs and associations to suit most sporting tastes and other pastimes including Carluke Opera, flute and pipe bands. The industries of the past have not all gone - tomato growing is still evident - albeit much reduced, the preserve works now enlarged belong to Renshaw Scott and are flourishing and there are many new jobs in the industrial estates within the town.

Carluke is part of South Lanarkshire and indeed part of the Glasgow conurbation but it still retains its own identity - somewhat altered by the influx of so many new people - yet still connected to the traditions of being a small Scottish town.

By Jack McLellan

 

Head Teacher
Mrs K McCormick (Acting)

Depute Head Teachers
Mr N Farquharson
Mr J Kerr
Mr G Roberts
Mr J Shearer (Acting)

 

Teaching Staff

Art
Ms Dobbie (Head of Faculty)
Mr Williamson
Miss Sutherland

Biology
Mrs Forshaw
Mrs Paterson
Miss Scott
Mr Hendry
Miss Paton
Miss Bradley

Business Education
Mrs Young
Miss Goodwin

Chemistry
Mr Jamil (Head of Faculty - Science)
Mr Kerr (Depute Head Teacher)
Mrs Wilson
Mrs Hand
Miss Gracie

Computing
Mrs Lindsay (Head of Faculty - IT & Business Education)
Mr Quinton
Mrs Weir

English
Miss Lindsay (Head of Faculty)
Mrs McDonald
Mr O'Neill (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support - Douglas)
Miss Sweeney
Mrs Hall (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support - Milton)
Ms Duncan
Ms Gaughan
Miss Goldie
Miss Keenan

Geography
Mrs Craig (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support – Lee)
Mrs Swan (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support - Kirkton)
Ms Strachan (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support - Halbar (Acting))
Mr Smith

History
Miss Williams (Head of Faculty)
Miss Glancy
Miss Hutchinson

Home Economics
Mrs St. John (Head of Faculty)
Mrs Ross
Mrs Cuthbertson
Miss Creaney

Mathematics
Mr Anderson (Head of Faculty)
Mr Farquharson (Depute Head Teacher)
Mrs Gillespie
Ms Love
Mrs N McCormack
Mrs Mullen
Mrs Towers
Ms King
Ms Armstrong
Mrs Tarbard
Miss Govan

Modern Languages

Mrs Drennan (Head of Faculty)
Mrs McCormick ( Acting Head Teacher )
Ms McGuigan
Mrs Elsweiler
Mr Salinas
Miss Reid

Modern Studies
Miss Eadie  (Principal Teacher of Pupil Support - Belstane - (Acting))
Ms Safdar
Mr Creaney

Music 
Mrs Davenport
Mr Sinclair
Miss Campbell
Miss Clarke

Physical Education
Mr Meehan (Head of Faculty)
Mr Roberts (Depute Head Teacher)
Mr Connelly
Mr Smith
Mr Strachan
Mr Potter
Miss Printer
Miss Patrick

Physics
Mr Forshaw
Dr Gall
Mr Shearer (Acting Deputy Head Teacher)
Miss Keir

Psychology
Miss Shaw

Religious Education
Mrs Mitchell

Speech and Drama
Mrs McMaster
Mrs Whitefield
Miss Walker

Support for Learning
Miss Robinson (Head of Faculty)
Mr MacLennan

Technical Education
Mr Ng
Miss McKernan
Miss Rose

Non-Teaching Staff

School Support Staff 
Mrs Steel (Team Leader)
Mrs Edgar
Mrs Steen
Mrs Fingland
Ms Langford
Mrs Mackie
Mrs Muir
Mrs Shajahan
Mrs Gashi

Librarian
Mrs Martin

Janitors

FM Janitors
Mr Murray
Mr Fingland

Technicians
Mr Reid (Team Leader)
Mr King

Sports

Our school is a secondary, co-educational, non denominational, comprehensive, community school serving the town of Carluke and the neighbouring villages of Braidwood, Forth, Law, Kilncadzow and Yieldshields in rural South Lanarkshire approximately 25 miles south east of Glasgow.

We have approximately 1,200 pupils ranging in age from 12 to 18 and a teaching staff of just over 100 teachers. We offer a broad, balanced curriculum delivered by 5 faculties and 6 teaching departments, a well equipped Library Resource Centre and 3 ICT Rooms.

The Rector, Mr A Smith appointed in 2013, is the leader of a Senior Management team consisting of four Depute Head Teachers.

In November 2007 we moved into a brand new purpose built school which has been constructed on the former playing fields. The main feature of the new school is the 'street area', from which the teaching wings lead off. The 'street' acts as a social hub for the school, providing a flexible, open and airy space that shall have a variety of purposes. In addition to assembly, dining and social functions, the assembly/stage area provides a teaching and learning space for music and drama.

Each of the teaching blocks is separated by a landscaped courtyard, and our pupils have been heavily involved in designing these. The new playing fields are to be constructed on the site of the original school.

 

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The old original High School in Market Road. This building was opened in 1978 and the extension completed in 1983. The new High School completed in November 2007.

School Captains 2017-18

 

Captains: Abbie Cameron 6K & Alexander Lannigan 6D

Captains 2017

Vice Captains: Anna Britton 6K, Scott Chalmers 6L, Adam Kelly 6B1 & Lauren McKie 6K

 ViceCaptains 2017

 

Previous Captains

Year Captains Vice-Captains
2017-18 Alexander Lannigan & Abbie Cameron Anna Britton , Scott Chalmers , Adam Kelly  & Lauren McKie
2016-17 Harry Richardson & Hannah Pelling         Holly Irving, Dylan Smith, Alexander Bond                                                                             
2015-16 Riaz Shajahan & Elizabeth Rayner Jennifer Park, Laona Allan, Blair Watson and Ross McDowell
2014-15

 Ross Beveridge & Faiza Bano

 Kelsey Darragh, Kiara McIlwraith Barradas, Evan Jones & Mitchell Fagin
2013-14

Andrew McLeod & Gemma McDonald

Fiona Park, Kirstie Smith, Mitchell Finlay & Michael Sharkey
2012-13 Ross Muir & Rachael Leghorn Kyle MacCorquodale, Fraser Stewart, Sofia Shajahan & Caitlin McEwan
2011-12 Robert Cunningham & Hannah Bingham

Ross Hunt, Kaitlin Struthers,Melissa Rodger & Stewart Murphy 

2010-11 Callum Simpson & Nicola Lindsay Jonathan Bain, Alison Macrae, Euan Dickson & Laura Ireland
2009-10 David Smith & Sarah Mundle David Robertson, Gemma Sith, Adam Banks & Lisa Rattray
2008-9 Robert Gibb & Nicole Irwin Scott Livingston, Ross Ireland, Nikki Strachan & Gemma Forbes
2007-8 David Edment & Kirsty Chalmers Jonathan Arbuckle, Kelly McConville, Hannah Martin & Scott Somerville
2006-7 Matthew Pretswell & Amy McGregor Stewart Livingston, Hollie Wilson, Stuart Frame & Lauren Watt
2005-6 Craig Strachan & Susan Lindsay Ross Tavendale, Kimberley King, Chris McInally & Amelia Smith
2004-5 Martin Feeney & Gayle Whitefield Richard Workman, Lyndsey McGregor, Alan Morton & Lorna Grey
2003-4 David Hamilton & Geeta Devgun Matthew Souter, Christina Lindsay, Sam Smith & Gemma Dowie
2002-3 Alasdair Walker & Jennifer Hamilton James Stark, Lyn Wilson, Cameron Shaw & Kelly-Anne Gibb
2001-2 David Sinton & Debbie Copeland Andrew Ramsay, Chris Grey, Rachel Thompson & Lisa Burns
2000-1 Alastair Thomson& Melissa Mcgarva Allan McGarry, David Jack, Sandra & Viola Merkaj
1999-2000 Chris Hotchkiss & Katrina Neil Alastair Gibson, Karen Owen, Chris Simpson & Laura Hyslop
1998-99 Barry Johnstone & Tracy Owen Scott Hamilton, Rory Hetherington, Alison Bennett & Leigh Thomson
1997-98 Colin Barrowman & Denise Lowe Murray Henderson, Cara Hales, Euan Gibson & Vicky Barr
1996-97 Craig Callan & Kirsty Thomson Scott Feely, Sara Grewar, Fraser Wilson & Lesley-Anne Cardow
1995-96 Fraser Forrest & Linzi Mitchell Alan Barrowman, Lizzi Thomson, David Llewellyn, Fraser Shaw, Caroline Russell & Janet Wilson
1994-95 Ian Paterson & Hazel Feely Jamie Hetherington, Alan Murphy, Lindsay Aikman & Gillian Tennant
1993-94 Fraser Glen & Pamela Jarvie Karyn Todd, Michael Stobo, Gordon McGill & Aeesha Malik
1992-93 Kenny Gray & Jill Stark Stuart McVicar, Inass Osman, Walter Templeton & Julie Carson

 

 

The current school badge was designed by a pupil for the opening of the previous new school building in 1978.

The badge signifies the fruit trees of the Clyde Valley and the two books, education.

schoolbadge     P1010595
Current School Badge     Previous Badge

Prizegiving will be held on Thursday 15th June at 7pm.

It is great to be able to recognise the academic, personal and sporting achievements of our pupils.

Merit Prizes for Academic Achievement 2016-17

 

S5 Dux Proxime Accessit 3rd Place
  Jack Anderson Lauren McKie Amy Murdoch
S4 1st 2nd 3rd
  Lauren Bond Ross Nelson Gabriella Blades

 

 Dux of Carluke High School
The Probus Club of Carluke Medal

 2017  2016  2015  2014
Jack Anderson  Alexander Bond   Riaz  Shajahan  Faiza Bano
2013 2012 2011 2010
Clara Robb Emily Small Ellyn Russell Callum Simpson
2009 2008 2007 2006
Catrina Dyas Nicole Irwin   Amy McGregor & Rachel Irwin

There are several partner agencies who work within Carluke High School.

Active Breaks

The Active Breaks staff are predominantly youth workers who operate within schools and surrounding areas throughout South Lanarkshire.
They engage with pupils during school breaks, at lunch time and at the end of the school day, to promote: positive behaviour; improve pupils' personal and social skills; develop creativity among pupils; increase the uptake of health-related activities and to take forward the citizenship agenda.

The Active Breaks workers within Carluke High School are Michael Wynd and Andy Semple.

 

Skills Development Scotland

The Skills Development Advisor to Carluke High School is Mrs Helen Sutton.

For information on careers planning, job seeking skills and careers interest guide, visit the Skills Development Scotland website:

My world of work

For information on jobs and courses including a course interest guide:

PlanIt Plus

 

 

 

 

Pupils will make option choices in S1, S3 and in the Upper School.

 

Option booklets are available below:

S4 Option Choice Booklet

S4 Wider Achievement

Upper School Option Choice Booklet

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Micro-Tyco is an enterprise challenge created to help raise funds for the charity WildHearts in Action. WildHearts is a unique Scottish charity that aims to tackle economic injustice. In the developing world this takes the form of providing micro-loans and business training to people to help them work their own way out of poverty with dignity. In Scotland, WildHearts develops learning tools, materials and partnerships to help foster enterprise education.

How does it work?

Micro-Tyco will run throughout the month of November. Teams 'apply' to WildHearts for a micro-loan of £1. Once the clock starts on November 1st they have one month to turn it into as much money as possible. Then on November 30th the team with the most money wins.

There are only two rules: teams cannot gamble and transactions must be legal.

Micro-Tyco inspires the spirit of enterprise and rewards participants with the knowledge that in business, if they can succeed at Micro-Tyco, they can succeed at anything.

Carluke High School's Micro Tyco Challenge 2013

Success - Micro Tyco Challenge 2013

Carluke High School has successfully completed the Micro-Tyco Challenge 2013. On 1 November 2013 five teams from S1 to S3 were each given £1 and let loose on the world to raise as much money as possible for the WildHearts Charity. This year the teams completed most of their activities in the wider community involving family and friends in their endeavours. Activities ranged from home baking to origami, raffles to jewellery making, and a variety of quizzes but the Bake Sale was by far the most successful event. All of the teams were responsible for planning, organising and completing their own money making ventures.

This year teams were supported by two senior pupil mentors. Special thanks go to Elise Rodgers 6M and Ross Nelson 6H. Your enthusiasm, support and encouragement were invaluable. Thank you!

Team Name Amount Raised

Cutie Cupcakes

£100.00
Jammie Dodgers
HD
£75.70
The Beasts

£49.95

Infinite
Possibilities

 £46.30

Girl Power

 £16.25

School Total

 £288.20

Thanks again to everyone who supported Carluke High School's  Micro Tyco Challenge 2013.
Mrs Weir

 


 

Carluke High School's Micro Tyco Challenge 2012

Carluke High School has entered 17 teams into this year's Micro-Tyco challenge and they have already started planning and completing exciting fundraising activities. Teams are involved in activities both in school and in the wider community. All teams are invited to take part in the big Micro Tyco Bake Sale in school on 27 November at lunchtime. Teams have to use their advertising skills and competitively price their good in order to compete against each other to sell their products.

Individual Team Activities include:

· Home baking

· Nail painting

· Jewellery making

· Selling Christmas cards and Reindeer Dust

· Quizzes

· Providing services in school e.g. board cleaning

· A variety of sponsored events

· And many more.

All of the teams are responsible for planning, organizing and completing their own money making ventures.

We are delighted to announce the final total reached in 2012 was £1413.29.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

These fabulous floor plan drawings were produced by the Carluke High School Enterprise Group and made into a pocket-sized 'Handy Map' which was given out to all pupilsfloor plan 1floor plan 2

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There are lots of activities and clubs available before school, at lunchtime and after school.

Here is a list of those clubs available, click here to see times and locations.

List of current clubs Sept 2017


 

 

 

Environment

Our Chaplaincy team consists of

Mr Alex Kelly Clydesdale Christian Youth Trust Youth and Schools Worker in association with Scripture Union

Miss Amie Aitken, Children & families worker at Kirkstyle Baptist Church, Carluke

Mrs Lesley Ewing, Children and Youth worker at Kirkton Parish Church, Carluke

Rev Ian Cunningham, Minister at Kirkton Parish Church

 

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Carluke High School was well represented at Scottish Schools Athletic Championships in June.
Kirsten Cowe kicked of the weekend events with a powerful throw in the U17 hammer, achieving a new PB of 36.44m and winning the bronze medal.
Emily McNicol then went on to win the Scottish Schools Championship title in the U15 high jump with a new personal best leap of 1.57m.
Pamela McNicol won double silver in the U17 80m hurldes and 300m hurdles, with a new PB time of 45.38sec in the 300m hurdles.
Stewart Taylor Peacock made it to the U14 boys 100m semi final, running in a new PB of 13.04s. James Gillon knocked 15 seconds off his previous best time in the U14 1500m and Mirran Struthers matched her PB in the U14 long jump and PBd in the 100m. Adam Kelly ran well in the U14 1500m and 800m.
To cap the end of a fab weekend for CHS, Emily was then awarded the Scottish Schools High Jump trophy for the best performing female.
Congratulations and well done to all our pupils who took part.

SCILT, in partnership with Routes into Languages and the European Commission, organised the first national modern languages 'Spelling Bee' Competition final in Scotland at the Scottish Parliament on Friday 31st May. In the spirit of '1+2', S1 pupils from 16 schools demonstrated their skills in French, German and Spanish to an audience of proud teachers, parents, fellow pupils and invited guests. We are delighted to announce that Amy Spence 2B1 won this competition and received a cup, and Jack Anderson 2H came third. Congratulations and well done.

Alex Marshall 2D has recently won the Scottish Championship in Tae-Kwondo. She has been involved in Tae-kwondo for about 8 years and is currently a black belt. Well done Alex.

Craig Frame ( 2D ) won a silver plate for 3rd place overall in the Scottish Open ( Juniors ) racing Autograss cars.
Craig races for Central Scotland Autograss Club

Pamela Mc Nicol (4D2) won the Scottish Schools Pentathlon Championships ( 15-17 yrs ) at Grangemouth yesterday achieving a personal best in the hurdles, long jump and shot putt. She scored her highest ever score of 3205 points.

Emily Mc Nicol ( 3D ) was 5th in Group C, under 15 girls, with personal bests in the long jump, shot putt, 800m, hurdles and overall pentathlon score of 2480 points.

Katie Mc Intyre 3D competed at the Scottish National Championships recently at the Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh and won silver in the 200m Breast stroke and a bronze in the 100m Medley relay.
She also won silver in the West of Scotland District Championship at East Kilbride recently.

 

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There's a new sound in Carluke High - the sound of Carluke High Radio! Broadcasting live every Thursday lunchtime in The Street, entirely produced and delivered by pupils, it brings together a mixture of school news, music requests and birthday shout-outs.

Pupils can make their requests via our twitter feed @carlukeradio or alternatively they can come to the staffroom and make them directly. So far we have over 140 followers and have had over 500 requests. Hopefully this will continue to grow as time progresses, as will our professional-standard studio, with input from all staff and pupils expected as the phenomenon grows!

Future plans are to give other year groups the opportunity to learn how to produce and broadcast their own radio shows. Pupils will share in the collective goal of establishing a permanent school radio station. The sky is the limit with the possibilities! Who knows? We may have the next superstar DJ in our midst!

CARLUKE HIGH SCHOOL: PUPIL BULLETIN

S3 Duke of Edinburgh Xtra Group
Let’s meet again at lunchtime to check progress with your activity planning. D202, Wednesday lunchtime, bring your lunch.

STEM CLUB - DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
S1 - S3 PUPILS
TUESDAY LUNCH TIMES AT 1.25pm
ROOM A101
STEM club involves using Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to solve Problems for interesting and fun challenges! The first challenge will be to do with renewable energy and windmills which will include you making your own device!
See Miss Rose (Technical) for more details.

Young Musician of the Year Finalists
The finalists list has been posted on the door to D007 in the Music corridor. Well done! Finalists, please come to D007 for a short meeting on Tuesday lunchtime at 1:30pm (14th November 2017). Bring any sheet music and/or backing tracks you plan to play for Young Musician with you. Mr Sinclair 

Although Carluke High School receives placing requests from outwith its catchment area, the following seven primary schools are associated with Carluke.


Braidwood Primary School,
Harestanes Road,
Braidwood, Carluke, ML8 5NY.

Telephone: 01555 770279
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Carluke Primary School,
Belstane Road,
Carluke, ML8 4BG.

Telephone: 01555 771621
Visit Website


Crawforddyke Primary School
Eastfield Road,
Carluke, ML8 4NZ.

Telephone: 01555 771215
Visit Website
Forth Primary School,
Main Street,
Forth, ML11 8AE.

Telephone: 01555 811205


High Mill Primary School,
Market Road,
Carluke, ML8 4BE.

Telephone: 01555 772580
Visit Website

Kirkton Primary School,
Kirkton Avenue,
Carluke, ML8 5AB.

Telephone: 01555 772466
Visit Website
Law Primary School
Lawhill Road,
Law,
Carluke, ML8 5HA.

Telephone: 01698 350816

 

 

 

School Motto - Through teamwork and friendship

Our Vision

At Carluke High School, we are committed to working together to create inspirational learning opportunities and bright futures for every pupil. This is the vision that we share across our school.

Our Aims & Values

We aim to sustain a happy learning environment by developing character, confidence, courage and kindness.
Pupils have opportunities to grow as young people and to participate in classroom, cross-curricular and extra-curricular activities that allow them to develop these characteristics.

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