Former pupils and staff at an Aberdeen school have been invited to an open day as it prepares to close.
Torry Academy is opening its doors to the community before it shuts at the end of the academic year.
It is offering a grand tour for former staff and pupils in what will be a last chance to see the building.
A special photo exhibition will also be on display in the assembly hall.
The display will show the school through the ages, with more than 200 pictures assembled.
Head teacher Jenny Cranna urged everyone to view the school one last time.
She said: “There are only seven weeks left of Torry Academy. It has been all hands on deck getting everything ready to be moved to the new school and we only have a few events left in our year of celebration.
“This will be the last opportunity for former pupils and the community to have a grand tour of the school before it closes.
“There will also be a large photo exhibition.
“We have found a photograph of the first set of pupils who attended Torry school in 1927 and a picture of the teachers who started in the same year.
“There is no need to book a place; just come along at whatever time suits.”
The open day will take place on Monday June 11.
More than 340 people turned out at a special reunion for the academy last week, with former pupils packing the Beach Ballroom.
Torry Academy, along with Kincorth Academy, is to be replaced with a new £47 million academy in the south of the city.
Lochside Academy, in Nigg, is due to open its doors in August.
Demolition work to flatten the two buildings could begin in November.
Members of Aberdeen City Council’s capital programme committee will consider a report tomorrow on the proposed demolition dates.
The site in Torry has been identified as the preferred one for a new primary school and community hub, while the Kincorth Academy site has been earmarked for council housing.