Council chiefs have said that a primary school hit by a fire is still due to open after the Easter holidays.
The art unit at St Andrews Primary School in Fraserburgh was extensively damaged in the blaze, which occurred just after 5pm on Sunday.
No one was injured in the incident.
Three girls, two aged 14 and one aged 13, have been charged over the incident, with a report to be sent to the Youth Justice Management Unit.
An Aberdeenshire Council spokesman said: “We can confirm two non-linked accommodation buildings were damaged by a fire at St Andrews Primary School in Fraserburgh on Sunday evening.
“The head teacher is identifying alternative classroom space to accommodate the activities in the school. There is no anticipated impact on pupils’ return to school next week following the Easter break.
“We would like to thank Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service for the help they have given us.”