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.
Morgan Joyce from Dalziel High School has been selected as a winning entry for Secondary Level for Scottish Engineering Special Leaders Award
On Monday 24th and Tuesday the 25th of February, Dalziel High pupils showcased their exceptional talent at the annual Arts Festival run by the Youth Arts and Literary Guild.
Fortunately for myself and several of my classmates, Amy Joyce, Charlotte Bose, Emma Scott and Ibrahim Ahmid, we were accepted to participate in a medical career day at Kirklands Hospital, Bothwell.
Calum Friel has been offered a place at the National Science & Engineering Competition which will take place in Birmingham in March 2014.
On Friday 21st February Dalziel High School’s Passport to Health Group had a visit from Pamela Thorburn.
The SQA qualification, in conjunction with the Scottish FA’s Referee Development Department, enables candidates to develop the knowledge and skills required to start a career in refereeing.
We are delighted to have retained the Customer Service Excellence Award 2014 with a glowing report. Evidence that we have once again maintained and built upon our high standards of excellence.
On Thursday 23rd of January 2014, the work of Dalziel High School Art and Design students was showcased and celebrated at the 10th annual Creative Residency exhibition. This prestigious event entitled ‘60’ was held in Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life.
Road safety is becoming ever more significant and each year pupils in North Lanarkshire are invited to design an entry for the Road Safety Calendar which is distributed to all schools in North Lanarkshire to promote this important area.