More than 50 firefighters tackle huge blaze at school
Emergency services were called to Braeview Academy in Dundee at 9.37pm on Tuesday.
More than 50 firefighters have been tackling a "well developed" fire at a school in Dundee.
Emergency services were called to the blaze at Braeview Academy at 9.37pm on Tuesday.
Nine pump vehicles and a height appliance were in attendance.
Pictures posted on social media showed the school engulfed by flames.
One pump and four firefighters remained at the scene on Wednesday morning.
Around 40% of the building is believed to be damaged.
A Scottish Fire and Rescue Service spokesman said no-one required to be evacuated and there have been no reports of any casualties.
He added there were "well over" 50 crew members at the scene.
Dundee City Council confirmed that the school would be shut on Wednesday.
Braeview Academy tweeted: "Devastating news that, due to fire damage, the school will be closed to all staff and pupils on Wednesday.
"Information will be communicated to staff, parents and carers, as it becomes available.
"Please keep tuned to social media and local radio for updates."
The Scottish Fire and Rescue service are investigating the blaze alongside Police Scotland and officers have appealed for information.
Inspector Chris Boath said :"The building was extensively damaged and enquiries are ongoing to establish the cause of the fire. A joint investigation with Scottish Fire and Rescue Service will take place in due course.
"Thankfully no-one was injured as a result of the fire.
'We are keen to speak to anyone who was in the area around the time of the fire or anyone witnessed anything suspicious to come forward.
"Anyone with any information should contact us on 101."