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  • Parentzonescotland.com is a new website to help parents and carers support their child's learning. Parentzone Scotland has new and updated content on:

    • Learning in Scotland
    • Learning at home
    • Additional Support Needs
    • Getting Involved
    • My School
    • Links to other websites

    To visit Parentzone Scotland, click Here

  • Any parents/guardians wishing to apply for free school meals or clothing grants can download an application form via www.northlanarkshire.go.uk/freeschoolmeals or collect a form from the School Office.

    Any parents/guardians who applied last year should have either been sent a letter advising them of their entitlement and automatic award or an application form for completion.

    Applications relating to the new term will be accepted by First Stop Shops from the first week in May. Early submissions are encouraged to ensure clothing grants are made and free school meals are registered for the start of the new session.

  • 44 S3 and S4 pupils leave on Thursday 4th June at 8.30pm for the trip to France returning on Tuesday 9th June.

    The pupils are staying for the first two days in Ypres and are visiting the battlefields as well as attending the Last Post ceremony.

    They are then heading to Paris on the Sunday for a boast cruise and a tour of the famous landmarks and then on to Disneyland for the whole day on Monday.

  • This years School Show 2015 is  'Little Shop of Horrors'

    Rehearsals have now begun!

    • Monday - Singing
    • Tuesday - Acting
    • Wednesday - Dancing
    • Thursday - Production

    All rehearsals are from 4 - 5:30pm.
    Cast should bring their scripts for all rehearsals. Please check the noticeboard every week to check what days you are required.

    Thanks,
    The Production Team

  • Sunday Times' Top 50 Schools
    The Sunday Times recently published its list of the Top 50 schools in Scotland (based on SQA examination results).
    Dalziel High School has now moved up to number 33 in Scotland. This is our highest ever ranking. This is another measure of the academic success of our pupils.

Duke of Edinburgh

The Bronze Duke of Edinburgh group embarked on the final stage of their award this week with their expedition near Aberfoyle. This is an important part of the course and comes after months of training and preparation.

The expedition involves navigation, route planning and a night under canvas, as well as completing the nine mile hike carrying their own equipment. Completion of the hike will result in the pupils gaining their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award.