Pupils at a West Midlands high school which was badly damaged in a fire last week are set to restart classes.
A roll call was carried out to ensure all classrooms were empty.
But some of them are being bussed to council premises in Oldbury for their lessons.
Dartmouth High School's science block was damaged last Monday in a severe fire.
It will have to be demolished and hazardous chemicals, including asbestos, removed.
The work at the school in Wilderness Lane, Great Barr, is expected to take around three weeks.
More than 100 firefighters were needed to bring the flames under control as 1,000 pupils were led to safety by teachers.
While some children will resume lessons at the school on Wilderness Lane in Great Barr, on Monday, others will attend classes at Sandwell Council's Training and Development Centre in Oldbury.
Talks are underway with exam boards to try to help pupils in years 10 and 11 who lost exam coursework in the fire.