An Aberdeen school has lodged a bid to make £150,000 of improvements.
A building warrant has been submitted to Aberdeen City Council for work to revamp parts of Aberdeen Grammar School.
If approved, proposals would see the refurbishment of the school’s kitchen and staff areas, as well as alterations to the existing structure, and improvements to drainage.
The works to the school, which moved to its Skene Street site in 1863, are expected to cost around £150,000.
The refurbishments at Aberdeen Grammar form part of a wider schedule of works which will be carried out across a range of schools in Aberdeen.
It is hoped the local authority will reach a decision on the work by December 17.
A spokesman for Aberdeen City Council said: “We are looking to carry out a refurbishment and upgrade of the school kitchen and servery at Aberdeen Grammar School.
“This is part of an ongoing programme of kitchen refurbishments across the schools estate.”