A number of pupils have been taken to hospital after falling unwell today.
Eyewitnesses reported around five police cars and 12 ambulances at Dunfermline High School.
Fife Council say a ‘small number’ of pupils became unwell and received medical care before some were taken to hospital.
Reports that kids had taken valium tablets have yet to be confirmed.
Head of Education and Children’s Services Phil Black said: “We are managing an incident at Dunfermline High school.
“A small number of pupils became unwell towards the end of lunchtime. All have received medical treatment and some have gone to hospital.
“Parents have been informed and all necessary steps have been taken to ensure the safety of all pupils.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police in Dunfermline were called to a High School in Dunfermline on Friday 18th January after a report of concern for the health of a number of pupils was received.
“The Scottish Ambulance Service are assessing those affected and inquiries into this matter are continuing.”