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Fife High School had serious fire.

Fife High School had serious fire.

Every part of a Fife high school at the centre of a major blaze has been damaged in the fire, according to council officials.

They said Woodmill High School in Dunfermline would be unable to re-open in the "short to medium term".

The wing that was least damaged contained an assembly hall and sports halls - but no classrooms.

A 14-year-old appeared at Dunfermline Sheriff Court earlier charged with wilful fireraising to danger of life.

The Kirkcaldy teenager, who cannot be named, made no plea and was bailed. He is due to appear at a later date.


Firefighters worked through the night to extinguish the school blaze, after the alarm was raised on Sunday evening.

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