Congratulations to all of the S2 pupils who participated in the S2 Enterprise Challenge on 2nd April
The final day prior to the Easter holidays is always the date of Dalziel High’s Annual Inter-house Games Morning and so, on April 4th, the school transported itself to Ravenscraig for the much-awaited event.
Apologies for the short notice, but it has just been confirmed that, except for those attending SQA examinations, the school will be closed to pupils on Thursday 22 May 2014 for the European Elections.
On Wednesday the 26th March 34 budding Steve Redgraves and Katherine Graingers took part in the North Lanarkshire’s Schools Indoor Rowing Championships held here at the school.
On Monday 24th March, the staff of Dalziel High School challenged the S3/4 team in a game of netball.
On Wednesday 26th March 15 Dalziel High School pupils participated in the North Lanarkshire Dance competition at Airdrie Town Hall.
In August, we established a ‘link schools project’ between Dalziel and a school in Farmville called Fuqua.
Calum Friel took part in the National Engineering & Science Competition last week in Birmingham.
Guest of honour at the opening of the Health Fayre 2014 was Scottish gymnast Steve Frew. Competing in his 4th Commonwealth Games in Manchester in July 2002, Steve made history for Scotland when he won the men’s rings event.
On the 5th March, three of our S5 pupils, Alison McNeill, James Swinburne and Chloe Murphy were delighted to receive an email from Strathclyde University advising that their application for Scottish Space School 2014 had been successful.