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.
During the month of November Dalziel High School participated in a charity event for Micro-tyco, a charity with the intention of raising money to give out mini loans to those in need in foreign countries.
The Dalziel Choirs have had the usual busy run in the lead up to Christmas with various engagements for charity and seasonal events.
On the 6th of December, Dalziel High School senior badminton team travelled to Coatbridge High School to play the LASBA senior quaich.
The Higher Geography class enjoyed a weekend at Kilbowie where they got the opportunity to experience the landscapes that they study as part of the Physical Geography course.
Congratulations to the following pupils who recently represented the school at the above North Lanarkshire Schools swimming event.
Dalziel High School is helping to raise money for this years Children in Need.