Cults Academy have confirmed that they will reopen on Monday following the death of Bailey Gwynne.
The school was closed in the aftermath of the incident which led to a murder investigation, after Bailey Gwynne, 16, was attacked with a penknife in his lunch hour.
The fifth-year pupil was taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, but later died from his injuries.
Yesterday – almost 24 hours after the incident which forced the school into lock down – police confirmed a 16-year-old had been charged in connection with his death.
He is due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court today.
Police Scotland’s Divisional Commander for Aberdeen City, Chief Superintendent Adrian Watson, said: “I need to stress that all the evidence gathered to date suggests that this is a contained incident.
“We are not looking for anyone else.”
The development in the case emerged as Aberdeen City Council officials appeared at a press conference alongside Mr Watson to provide reassurance they were doing all they could to ensure the safety and wellbeing of pupils after the tragic incident.
Special assemblies will take place at Cults Academy in the wake of Bailey Gwynne’s death.