Carluke High School fashion show raises £960

Carluke High School fashion show'16/3/11
Carluke High School fashion show'16/3/11

A FORTY minute fashion show, organised by S5/S6 personal development class pupils, raised an impressive £960 for Carluke High School funds.

Pupils and teachers took to the catwalk, in front of a 180-strong crowd made up of family and friends.

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Pupils and teachers took to the catwalk, in front of a 180-strong crowd made up of family and friends.

Carluke High School fashion show'16/3/11

Carluke High School fashion show'16/3/11

Carluke High teacher Agnes Forrest, whose class organised the event, said: “It was a very good show, with a mix of fashion ranges from a variety of stores.

“The girls and lady teachers were wearing dresses and casual gear, while the males modelled a wide variety of casuals and the occasional kilt.

“I was delighted that the event managed to raise so much money for the school, from ticket sales, raffle sales and bingo.”

Stores which provided clothes for the Carluke High show included M & Co, Plaisir, Rodeo Drive, Linda’s Bridesmaids, Matalan and Republic.

The event also saw children from five local primary schools model headwear they’d made which they thought would be suitable for a royal wedding.

Some of their names are included in this week’s district news!

Winner from the 26 entries was Evie Robb from Law Primary, who wore a revolving cake stand hat with cup cakes.

Main organiser of the fashion show was school librarian Linda Martin.