A headteacher has vowed to rebuild an outdoor classroom after it was destroyed by a fire at the weekend.
Jane Lobjoie said pupils at Wallacewell Primary School in Robroyston had been left upset as they returned to the burnt-out structure on Monday.
She said local businesses had already offered help to replace the classroom and a crowdfunding page has been set up by parents.
Around 20 teenagers were seen in the grounds of school on Saturday evening.
A short time later the fire started within the outdoor classroom.
Ms Lobjoie said: “We only had the classroom working since August.
“The children absolutely loved it. They are really upset at what has happened.
“They had enjoyed learning in it and having their snacks there.
“It has been a great addition to the space at the school.”
‘I hope we can find a way to rebuild this for the sake of the pupils.’Cllr Christina Cannon
Ms Lobjoie said CCTV had caught a large number of youngsters in the playground shortly before the fire started at around 8pm.
She added: “We are hoping the police will be able to help us identify the individuals.
“Those responsible must have been smelling of smoke when they returned home.
Cllr Christina Cannon said on social media: “Some coverage of the awful incident at Wallacewell Primary School over the weekend.
“I would ask people to get in touch with police if they think they know anything about what happened.”
“I hope we can find a way to rebuild this for the sake of the pupils.”
A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said: “We were alerted at 8.57pm on Saturday, January 18 to reports of a fire within the grounds of a primary school on Standburn Road, Robroyston, Glasgow.
“Operations Control mobilised two fire appliances and firefighters extinguished a fire which had taken hold within an outdoor classroom.
“Crews left the scene after ensuring the area was made safe.”