A high school in Renfrewshire has been closed and pupils sent home for the day after a “small fire”.
Authorities decided to close Trinity High School in Renfrew after a fire on Monday, the cause of which is currently unknown.
All students have been sent home, with either parents or carers advised to to collect them or by taking transport.
STV News understands the fire was contained within some male toilets on the property.
Renfrewshire Council confirmed that the school was intended to reopen “as normal” on Tuesday morning, unless parents or carers receive a text message advising otherwise.
A statement by the council said: “We have had to close Trinity High School today due to a small fire. There is no significant damage to the school but we are investigating the cause. Clean up is underway.
“All pupils have been sent home, with either parents and carers advised to collect them as required or pupils taking transport.
“It’s intended that the school will be operational as normal tomorrow. Unless we text you later today, your child should present for school as normal tomorrow.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were alerted at 9.17am on Monday, October 10 to reports of a small fire within Trinity High School premises on Glebe Street, Renfrew.
“Operations Control mobilised two fire appliances where firefighters extinguished the fire.
“Crews left the scene after ensuring the area was safe.”
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