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Congratulations to the newly appointed Milton House Team who will work with Ms Robinson this year.
Captains: Lauren Whitelaw & Sean Allen
Vice Captains: Chelsea Waddell & Callum Rintoul
S6 Prefects: Victoria Moore, Adam McLaughlan, Jennifer Rodgers Cameron Browning Chloe Booth & Ryan Cuthell
S5 Prefects: Callum Clarke, Elizabeth Stewart, Chris Lambie & Megan Crawley
Lanark and Hamilton East MP Angela Crawley has opened an essay competition, aimed at school pupils from across her constituency.
The initiative is in its second year after hosting two pupils for four weeks earlier this summer.
The competition is open to all Secondary Schools that take in students who live in the Lanark and Hamilton East Constituency and two winners will be offered a 4 week paid internship in Angela’s Constituency Office.
Pupils are asked to write a 1,000 to 1,300 word essay on her work as a MP
Carluke Ham & Jam Festival 2016 are inviting all secondary age pupils to enter a photography competition.
Pupils can enter up to 3 photographs of local landmarks.
Photos can be taken on phones, tablets or cameras and submitted by email, USB stick or A4 print.
The entries will be exhibited in St Athanasius Community Hall on Saturday 1st October when winners will be announced and prizes presented.
The exhibition will then go on display in Carluke Public Library.
Get involved, join in with the community.
The Computing Science Department would like to thank all the pupils who entered this year’s micro:bit competition. The department now have the extremely difficult task of testing out all the creations and deciding on a winner.
This could take some time but we will announce the winner as soon as possible!
The following 6th year students have been successful in securing the positions of School Captains for session 2016-2017 as indicated below:
Hannah Pelling Captain
Holly Irving Vice Captain
Harry Richardson Captain
Dylan Smith Vice Captain
Alexander Bond Vice Captain
Congratulations to them all. I am sure you will join me in wishing them all the best for the year ahead.
Are you enthusiastic, interested in human rights and want to create positive change within Carluke High School?
If so we are looking to create a Rights Respecting group who will work towards making CHS a rights respecting school.
It will be your job to evaluate the school and decide how we can ensure and promote our rights.
This group will help CHS work towards gaining a Rights Respecting award.
If you are interested in being part of this group can you please attend a meeting at lunchtime on Thursday 1st September in B105 (Social Subjects).
Andrew Berry 5H has been selected to represent Scotland in the wheelchair table tennis at the UK School Games this weekend.
Cameron Watson 4L and David Hird 4D have also been selected to represent Scotland in the wheelchair basketball at the UK School Games this weekend.
Congratulations and best wishes to you all.
For S5/6 girls who are interested in a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths – there will be a trip to Glasgow University on Thursday 8th September to allow you to hear inspirational talks, get interview practice, meet people from the industry and get involved in career workshops where you may find the opportunity for work experience, internships or full-time jobs. If you are interested please see Mrs Hand in A202 as soon as possible. There are 30 spaces and these will be filled on a first come-first serve basis.