Dundee’s Baldragon Academy has been hit by a power cut again.
The £27.8m school, which was officially opened by John Swinney MSP yesterday, has suffered from three outrages in just over a week.
On Tuesday June 5, pupils had to be sent home because of a lack of power.
It was then affected by another cut just two days later.
A week on, the Harestane Road campus was again left without power.
A short statement on social media read: “Another power failure! Engineers on the way. Pupils to remain in school at the moment.”
Another power failure! Engineers on the way. Pupils to remain in school at the moment. Will update you when we have more information.
— Baldragon Academy (@BaldragonAcad) June 14, 2018
By 10.15am the issue had been had been resolved and the school was operating as normal.
A spokesman for SSE said: “We are committed to providing our customers with a safe, secure and reliable supply of electricity.
“Our faults team are in the process of meeting with representatives from Baldragon Academy to investigate the cause of these two interruptions to their supply in more detail, as we want to do everything we can to prevent this happening again.”
The school opened its doors to pupils in February this year following a transfer from the old Burn Street campus.