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Park Primary pupils do their school proud in fire drill at Invergordon Academy


By Hector MacKenzie

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EASTER Ross primary pupils whose school was ravaged by a fire earlier this year were part of a routine drill in their temporary shared premises last week.

Pupils at Park Primary are currently being schooled in spare classroom space within Invergordon Academy.

Their school was badly damaged in February's fire which is understood to have been caused by a faulty laptop.

No one was injured in the fire and staff and pupils alike were praised at the time for the way they executed their fire sfaety procedures.

The community rallied around following the blaze and most pupils were accommodated in space found at the secondary school.

Options for the replacement of Park are currently out to consultation.

On Thursday, pupils took part in a whole school fire drill along with Invergordon Academy pupils and a Highland Council officer.

The school later posted: "We are very proud of all our children who coped very well with the experience."

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