Congratulations to our S3 Skillforce pupils who recently completed the Skillforce Prince's Award 24 hour environmental challenge
On Sunday 15th February, Mrs Baird and Megan Shearer visited St Columba's RC Church to thank them for their support for the school's trip to Rwanda in June 2014 and let them know how the trip went.
Tuesday 10th February 2015 is Worldwide Safer Internet Day. Read more here to find out about resources and support available to you to support your child in making the right choices when using the web.
Today marks a really exciting day in the history of the school, with preparatory site works beginning.
Dundee City Council Education Department will be conducting an extended review of our school this term. This review is part of the regular process used by the council in order to ensure your children are receiving the best education possible.
S1 pupils at Baldragon Academy have had a unique opportunity to experience the world of scientific research thanks to the MRC Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation Unit(MRC-PPU) at Dundee University
On Tuesday 25th November 2014, fourteen pupils were welcomed at St. Luke’s Church where there was a gathering to meet the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd Justin Welby.
Senior pupils celebrated St Andrew's Day at our annual Scot's Night.
Baldragon Academy and the RSNO have been working together to deliver music projects over the past two years. Last year, the pupils planned and delivered a community tea dance with the help of the RSNO, and in June two Baldragon pupils, Chloe and Ross, were invited to the orchestra’s home to join other youngsters from across the country, to plan, promote and present their own concert and last week the Advanced Higher music pupils had their own compositions performed by musicians from the RSNO at the Caird Hall.
St Paul’s and Baldragon Academies are holding a Careers Fayre at St Paul’s between 4pm and 7pm on Wednesday 19th November. There will be 28 organisations represented, including further and higher education, training providers and employers.
At the weekend 5 of our pupils competed nationally in the Scottish Schools Road Run.
Were you one of the first pupils to attend Kirkton High School? Do you remember when Kirkton won Top of the Form? Perhaps you were a pupil at the time when Kirkton merged with Rockwell High School to become Baldragon Academy.