On Tuesday, 28th February, a group of nervous students- and their even more nervous parents and teachers- gathered in the august setting of Glasgow University for the Glasgow and North Lanarkshire heat of the Scottish Poetry Library’s annual Poetry by Heart competition.
Dalziel is launching its very own ANTI-BULLYING campaign. We are calling the campaign DSUTB which stands for Dalziel Stands Up To Bullying
Our French class recently took part in a competition organised by SEET
"Celebrate Good Times" is a brand new musical revue celebrating 70 years since the Easter Egg Club was formed in 1947 as part of the Dalziel High School Former Pupils Association.
"Office 365 ProPlus" is a full version of Microsoft Office and includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote, Outlook and more for all pupils for free.
Out of the whole school, six players entered with a chance of winning seven trophies.
On Thursday 19th of January 2017, the work of Dalziel High School Art and Design students Brenna Donnelly, Jodie Graham and Dawn O’Neill, Music Abby Sloan and English students Lucy Milligan and Hollie Bowes was showcased and celebrated at the annual Creative Residency exhibition.
15 senior pupils from the school are preparing to go to Tuscany to visit their ‘Twins’ in Pescia next week.
The Council and it's partners are currently working with Scottish Government through a programme called Realigning Children's Services to help to improve local services for children in North Lanarkshire.
The partnership of Dalziel High School and Amec Foster Wheeler have won Education Partnership of the Year at the Education Investor Awards in London on 16th November 2016.