Flooding from a burst water pipe has caused major damage to a high school in the Highlands.
The failed pipe was discovered at Lochaber High School on the third floor of the building over the weekend.
A key worker hub operating from within the school has been forced to move to St Columba’s Joint Campus at Coal while a full assessment of the damage takes place.
Chair of The Highland Council’s Education Committee, Councillor John Finlayson said: “I would like to that everyone involved for their quick work to set up alternative arrangements so efficiently, working over the weekend to ensure that disruption to key workers and their children has been kept to a minimum.
“All of the families affected were informed over the weekend and I am sure staff will be working extra hard to make sure the children settle in well at the Caol Joint Campus.”
The headteacher of Lochaber High School, Scott Steele, and his senior management team have moved to office space in Fort William in the meantime.
A Keeping in Touch Hub which was due to open at Lochaber High School for allocated pupils has been shifted to Caol Primary.