Dyce Primary School was evacuated this morning due to a small fire.
Three Scottish Fire and Rescue appliances were sent to the scene at around 9.20am.
No one was injured due to the incident and the fire appeared to have gone out before firefighters arrived.
A spokeswoman for the service said: “There wasn’t flames anywhere, just smoke as something had been on fire and smoke had travelled through the building.
“The stop message was back by 9.55am.”
An Aberdeen City Council spokesman said: “Fire services and police were called to Dyce Primary School this morning following the detection of smoke coming out of the school’s Green Area.
“The problem has been identified as an electrical fault and the area has been cordoned off and an electrician is being called.
“No children have been harmed but as the safety of our pupils is paramount, head teacher Mrs Kerr evacuated the building.
“The Green Area remains out of bounds and primary two and three children have been sent home as a result.
“We are hoping that the pupils will be able to return to their classes as normal tomorrow.”