The majority of secondary school pupils in Scotland are returning to the classroom full-time on Monday.
Most primary and high schools across the country start back on April 19 following the Easter holidays.
High school pupils will no longer have to adhere to two-metre social distancing rules but other mitigations have been strengthened to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Face masks must be worn in all areas – classrooms, corridors and communal areas. This applies to S1-S3 pupils – not just those in the senior phase of their school education (S4-S6) – unless medically exempt.
Furthermore, twice-weekly lateral flow tests are available for all secondary school pupils.
Pupils in Aberdeen, Fife, Dumfries and Galloway, Moray, Shetland and the Western Isles returned to the classroom last week on April 12.
Those in Edinburgh and Midlothian council areas are set to go back on Tuesday, April 20.
Only pupils who are shielding will have to wait longer until they can resume face-to-face lessons.
Earlier this month, Nicola Sturgeon said the decision to return to in-person, full-time learning would be “a huge relief” to many children and parents.
The First Minister acknowledged that there would be some “concern and anxiety” about the move, but said safety would be “paramount”.
Scotland’s primary pupils returned to class full-time in stages during February and March, while most high school students were seeing teachers in-person on a part-time basis.
This year’s National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher exams have been cancelled, with results being awarded instead through coursework and assessments.