Funeral held for 16-year-old boy fatally stabbed at Aberdeen school
Bailey Gwynne died of his injuries at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after the incident at Cults Academy.
A community has gathered for the funeral of a teenage boy fatally stabbed at an Aberdeen secondary school.
Bailey Gwynne died of his injuries at the city's Royal Infirmary shortly after the incident at Cults Academy on October 28.
In the days following his death, family and fellow pupils laid tributes outside the school and a vigil was held at Cults Parish Church.
More than 300 people attended the 16-year-old's funeral, which was held at Maryculter Parish Church at 12pm on Friday.
Cults Academy pupils arrived in their green school blazers and headteacher Anna Muirhead also attended the funeral, accompanied by several teachers.
The fifth year pupil lived with his parents Kate Gwynne and John Henderson and four younger brothers in Kirkton of Maryculter, a small village a few miles from school.
In a statement released through Police Scotland last week, Bailey's family thanked people for their support.
They said: "Your kind words and lovely things you have left for Bailey. It means a lot and it would have meant a lot to Bailey.
"For all of you that were part of his life, however big or small, thank you for being there."
On Thursday, a 16-year-old accused of Bailey's murder had his appeal for bail rejected and was remanded in custody.
The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will appear in court again at a later date which has not been set.