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Catch up with all the news from this term.
Celebrate our pupils achievements with us and learn more about what takes place during the school term.
Huge thanks to everyone, parents and pupils, who helped out in any way with our first Clydesdale Food Bank collection of the year this week.
It was brilliant! So good-natured and we got loads of stuff.
Special thanks must go to our S6 Leadership volunteers who did a great job: Callum Stewart 6L, Mia Lithgow 6H, Beth Mackay 6H, Andrew Clarke 6H, Declan Miller 6H and John Cunningham 6H. Some of the group members will be going down to the food bank during their free time to help out prior to Christmas.
Reading Schools is an accreditation programme for schools that are committed to building a reading culture for their learners and communities.
Research proves that reading for pleasure is central in supporting equity and wellbeing, positively impacting learners' attainment across the curriculum, critical thinking, creativity, empathy and resilience.
We are currently surveying our pupils and staff on their reading attitudes.
We would be delighted if our parents would also take part by completing the short survey below.
Results after the Football and Netball Competitions
Calling all S2 and S3 Girls
Like puzzles, solving problems?
Want to find out how and who keeps the Internet safe?
Can you Google with the best?
Want to learn from a Cyber Security Specialist?
Cyber Security Online Development Days available for S2 and S3 girls this October.
Speak to Mrs Lindsay if you would like to sign up.
Pupil Equity Funding is additional funding allocated directly to schools and targeted at closing the poverty-related attainment gap.
It is intended to help schools plan to improve the educational outcomes of children affected by poverty.
Follow our new Equity Twitter Account to find out more information.
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.