Take a look at the useful information and links on our Careers Page here
Students from across Scotland take part in the Your Scottish Parliament event at the Scottish Parliament. The event aims to help the students understand the parliament and how it works, increasing their engagement with the parliament in the future.
Photographs from the event can be viewed here
Advertiser story can be viewed here
Click on the link: https://www.facebook.com/DalkeithHighSchoolParentCouncilandPTA/
Presentation from Coursing Information Evening 9 Feb 2017: S2 into S3 Learning Pathways Coursing Evening presentation-2d33ggf
S1 pupils have an opportunity to extend their learning at home as well as add vital points to their House total.
The home learning challenge can be found on our website. From the homepage, click on the homework tab or click the logo below:
You choose which activities to complete.
You can get any resources you might need from your class teacher or use your own if it suits you. Some are available on the S1 Challenge page of the website.
As you complete each activity, ask your class teacher to sign and date it.
Complete a row diagonally, horizontally or vertically to get 10 House Points.
Earn 50 House Points if you complete the whole grid for the Faculty – so there are hundreds of House Points up for grabs!
Hand in your current signed sheets to Mr Duncan by 31st October for the House Points to be awarded.
Dalkeith High School is made up of four Houses: Buccleuch, Dalhousie, Lothian and Melville.
Each House has a House Head (Depute Head Teacher) and a Principal Teacher of Guidance.
The table below provides details of the appropriate members of staff for each House.
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Your child’s Principal Teacher of Guidance is your first point of contact if you have any concerns you would like to discuss. They can be contacted on the telephone number below.
0131 654 4701
Following an extensive period of consultation with pupils, staff and parents/carers, we have agreed our vision statement which will guide us as we move forward with further improvements to our school.
Dalkeith High School: Enabling all young people to succeed in an inclusive, respectful and stimulating environment