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Your child will have received a letter containing the link and instructions on how to book appointments.
The booking system is now open and will remain open until 10pm on Sunday November 13th.
If you are unable to book online, please contact the school office on 01555 773680.
The school has received a lovely letter from Clydesdale Foodbank thanking us for the collection in October and for the cheque for £350 we donated.
Our next collection of items will be held in November.
Please remember to bring along a contribution.
S1 Baking club will be starting on a Wednesday after school from 3:40-4:40 on Wednesday 1st of November.
We will be making something new and exciting each week!
If you would be interested in attending please see Miss Creaney in Home Economics to put your name down before Friday, spaces are limited so will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Baking club will cost £1 each week so please get permission first!
|Each year EDF Energy use November as a celebration of the energy topic.
This year, between the 14th and 27th November we are calling schools
across the country to take part in Switch Off Fortnight
our national energy saving campaign.
Did you know that energy used in the home accounts for over a quarter of the UK’s total CO2
Use this sheet to reduce the amount of energy you use.
Our S1 Parental Information Evening was a great success, and the presenters – Jane Armstrong, Kirsten Campbell, Craig Smith and Paula Gaughan – gave parents great tips and strategies to help support their children with Literacy, Numeracy and Health and Wellbeing.
You can view their presentations below:
On the 7th of October, Carluke High School hosted a ‘Business Breakfast’ in order to assist pupils in achieving a lucrative and rewarding future career and to discuss how we can work together to reduce the amount of youth unemployment.
Over 20 organisations were present, including: Tesco, John Lewis and BT. They were all willing to offer work experience and to get involved with helping pupils develop their customer service and interview skills; Steve Brien and Jane Baker, Link Officers at Shotts Prison expressed their interest in getting involved with the Modern Studies Department to educate pupils surrounding the ‘Crime and the Law’ topic.
With Carluke High School’s vision statement being “Working together to create inspirational learning opportunities and bright futures” many discussions took place where teachers and businesses came up with ideas on how to make sure every young person gets the opportunity to acquire new skills and experiences.
Senior Phase (S4-6) Raising Attainment Evening Tuesday 1st November 2016 7-8.30pm
As part of our policy of strengthening links between the home and school we have arranged a Senior Phase Raising Attainment Evening on Tuesday 1st November,2016 7-8.30pm for parents/carers and pupils.
On this evening you will have the opportunity to hear from members of staff and from pupils about strategies to help you support your child with assessments, coursework and exams in their Senior Phase.