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The Dalziel choirs were responsible for helping to raise the fantastic sum of £414 for the Hansel charity following their performance at Princes Square in Glasgow at the start of December.
Motherwell College is hosting an Easter School again this year from Tuesday 2nd April to Friday 5th April.
Dalziel High School presented twelve pupils to enter the LASBA badminton championships which took place on 26th to 28th of January in Ravenscraig Sports Complex.
Visit of French football students to Modern Languages.
The Girls Vocal Ensemble performed for the ladies of St Mary's Church Guild on the evening of the 28th January, at their annual Burn's celebration
The school recently welcomed a visit from Mr John Scott who was in school to talk to pupils about plans to build a memorial to the Steelworkers of Lanarkshire.
Although traditionally held on the 25th of January, Dalziel held their Burn’s supper on the 21st of the month. With the senior prelims coming up, the night in dedication to great Rabbie Burns was a well deserved night of rest for 5th and 6th years from their studies.
Scottish Independence. Merely thinking about the issue sparks a frenzy of questions and debate inside your head. Should we be an independent country? What will independence mean? So, the modern studies department attempted to answer these questions in a mock referendum campaign which took place from the 14th to the 18th of January.
Pupils in S5/6 will finish classes on Friday 25th January to start their Home Study Period on Monday 28th January. They will return to normal timetable on Thursday 14th February, following the February holiday and INSET days.