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A wonderful evening on musical entertainment was held to kick off the Carluke Ham & Jam Festival 2016.
A varied programme of song, poetry and musical items was ably hosted by Dylan Smith School Vice Captain.
A very receptive audience enjoyed the musical feast on offer.
Big thank you to all the pupils who took part, the staff for their organisation and to those who came along to support their efforts.
A photo gallery is available in our images gallery.
An opportunity has been made available for S3-6 girls to take part in the Secondary Schools Y-Dance Leadership Workshop.
The course will take place on Wednesday 16th November and will bring pupils together from Carluke, Lanark, Biggar and Lesmahagow.
Please note there are only 9 spaces available for each school and girls are expected to take part in the Level 1 Y Dance Qualification, which will run in early December following completion of this workshop.
If you are interested in taking part, please come to the PE Department before the end of the school day on Friday 7th October and register your name.
A group of senior pupils are starting a Carluke High School Food Bank.
Once a month a collection of foodstuffs will be made and passed on to the Clydesdale Food Bank for local distribution.
Tthere is a great need for this locally so this is an opportunity for the pupils and staff of Carluke High to help in our community.
Our first collection will take place on Thursday 6th October.
Please put a reminder in your phone to bring foods.
Senior pupils will be collecting at the front doors of the school in the morning before Registration and at lunchtime in ‘the street’.
Each House will have a separate box which will be labelled.
The Foodbank will take a variety of tins etc. but no fresh produce or perishable goods.
Some examples: UHT milk, cereal, instant noodles, coffee, diluting juice, shower gel and adult sized toothbrushes.
baked beans, tinned peas, tinned potatoes, tinned spaghetti, tinned cold meat, tinned fruit, diluting juice, gents' deodorant, shower gel.
LET’S ALL MAKE AN EFFORT TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE FOOD BANK.
All S1, S3 and S5 pupils have recently received their school photographs.
If you wish to purchase them please bring your money into school, to Mr Farquharson, by Wednesday 12th October 2016.
The difficult job of judging the 81 entries we received has now taken place.
Thanks go to Jack Watson and his team of judges.
The winner, 2nd and 3rd place will be announced in Ramsay's Courtyard on Saturday 1st October at 4pm and prizes presented.
The 3 winning photos and the 3 highly commended pictures will be on dispaly at the art exhibition in Ramsay's Piggery all day on Saturday 1st October.
All the photos which were submitted will go on show in Carluke Public Library on the 10th October for 2 weeks. Not to be missed.
Congratulations to the Home Economics S2 Wider Achievement class on raising £133.50 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
These busy pupils laid on a coffee morning in the staffroom with delicious home baking.
Katherine Taylor 2K won the Head Baker Award for baking two beautiful and very tasty Victoria Sponges. Well done Katherine!
Fantastic effort everyone.
Congratulation to Megan Cowan 6K on her success at the British Showjumping National Championships in August 2016.
Megan won 2nd pace in the 70cm Championship on Kiss N Tell 111 and 2nd place in the 80cm Championship on Tullycars Peekaboo.
Brilliant effort Megan.