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We have gathered together resources we think will help parents/carers familiarise themselves with the tools being used to deliver and support remote learning to our young people.
We would like to recognise the academic achievements of our senior pupils who, through hard work and dedication to their studies, attained excellent results in their SQA examinations.
Congratulations and very well done. We are very proud of you all.
The Probus Club of Carluke Dux medal for Academic Achievement
goes to two students this year, Kyle Deacon and Leona Henderson.
Our S5 pupils who attained 5 A's in their Higher Examinations:
Callum Barbour, Lewis Cleland, Katie Gebbie, Sophia Ghani, Holly Jackson, Victoria Jackson, Robyn McMillan, Susannah Miller, Jennifer Mills, Callum Paterson, & Kyle Smith
Our S4 pupils who attained 7 A's at National 5.
Cameron Colquhoun, Sophie Donaldson, Roxanne Fisher, Kirsty Forrest, Eva Gilmour, Finlay Gulliver, James Lang, Breagh Murphy,
Ross Odger & Hollie Waddell.
Thanks also must go to their parents and the staff who supported them through their studies.
Updated 23 September 2021
The following financial support is available for people and families on low incomes, who receive Council Tax Reduction or who have children entitled to free school meals.
- this does not include those entitled to universal provision of P1-4 meals:
Scottish Child Payment Bridging Payment
free school meals payment for pupils who are self-isolating (not applicable during school holidays)
free school meals payments during school holidays
Family Pandemic Payment
Low Income Pandemic Payment
Click here to see all the details.
Respectme has teamed up with The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Junior Conservatoire of Film to launch a new YOUNG FILMMAKER COMPETITION 2021 for Secondary age young people under 18.
They are looking for imaginative and original anti-bullying films made by young people to be celebrated during Anti-Bullying Week (15-19 November 2021) and beyond.
The prizes include winning a masterclass at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland or winning a place on the Junior Conservatoire of Film programme (worth £2545!).
These prizes are fantastic and ones that aspiring young filmmakers could use to launch their career in film.
If you are interested in entering or would like more information please see Miss Hutchinson in Pupil Support.
South Lanarkshire have asked that schools review and update their anti-bullying policy.
Please find a draft proposal linked below:
We are keen to get the views of pupils and parents and would appreciate if you could provide feedback using the following link:
Introduction to Skills Development Scotland (SDS)
for parents and carers of S1 pupils- Wednesday 29 September 2021
Want to know more about SDS career information, advice and guidance support for your young person throughout their time at school?
Join our careers advisers Lesley and Gordon to hear about SDS, the role of SDS careers advisers in schools and information to support career planning.
The online session will also introduce our careers web service My World of Work, which has a dedicated area for parents and carers.
Parents and carers can register for our session here.
We are delighted to announce that the Inter-House competitions will resume soon. Usually, we run the Inter-House Football & Netball annually, the day prior to the Sept weekend (i.e. Thursday 23rd Sept).
Pupils participating can come to school in sports gear to save changing.
(It may be wise for the footballers to bring a change of clothing/ warm jacket in case of rain)
Non-participants should wear school uniform and attend classes as normal.
Lunch will be at the normal times.
Registration will be extended until 9 am for all.
Our school's Developing the Young Workforce Coordinator, Mrs L Henderson, has produced the first issue of our new Careers Newsletter.
Each issue will detail all the exciting career focused events happening in Carluke High School and the local community.