A city secondary school flooded by a leaking tap will open to pupils as normal on Monday.
Dyce Academy suffered flooding damage due to water coming from a tap in the school’s art department.
The affected areas have been cleaned by staff with damage caused to some ceiling tiles and a “small number” of books.
An Aberdeen City Council spokesman said: “The flooding at Dyce Academy was caused by a leaking tap in the art department.
“Happily, the damage was not extensive, although ceiling tiles and books have been affected.
“Our staff have inspected and cleaned the affected area and a dehumidifier is currently being used to clear the damp.
“The school will reopen as scheduled on Monday.”