Fire crews in Glenrothes were scrambled on Saturday evening after after a fire was reported at a primary school.
Two crews from Glenrothes fire station were despatched to South Parks Primary School in Napier Road in the town shorty before 9pm on Saturday evening after a member of the public reported seeing smoke coming from the garden area of the school.
A spokesperson for Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, said: “We received the alert at 8.49pm on Saturday, April 24 of smoke witnessed at a South Parks school in Napier Road.
“Because it was a potential fire at a building two crews were despatched from Glenrothes station to attend.
“On arrival it was found that a wooden planter in the school’s garden area had been set alight.
“The fire was extinguished and crews left a short time after.”