A North-east school remains shut today after being hit by flooding.
Alehousewells School in Kemnay is shut today due to some areas of the building being damaged by the water.
A spokeswoman from Aberdeenshire Council said: “Due to recent flooding in the area, Alehousewells Primary School and Nursery has closed due to water damage to two classes.
“The entrance of the nursery has also been damaged and an alternative door will be used for access.
“Short-term arrangements will be in place for P2 and P4 pupils and work is taking place to make the areas affected by water safe, clean and ready for pupils and staff to return later this week.
“The safety of staff and pupils is of the highest priority and we ask for patience while the facilities are repaired.”
She added: “Further updates will be provided directly to parents and carers as well as appearing on the school closure section of the council’s website.”
A number changes to transport routes have been put in place for Aberdeenshire schools.
Inverurie Academy, Kemnay Academy and Meldrum Academy have all been affected.
Kintore School is open to pupils, except those travelling on the Balbithan bus.