A school will reopen for all staff and students following damages from a fire.

Preston Manor High School, in Carlton Avenue East, Wembley, was closed for two school days after part of a building was scorched in a fire that spread on Wednesday (January 18).

However the upper school site will now be open on Monday (January 23), after two days of remote learning sessions for students.

The reception has been temporarily moved and visitors will be guided upon arrival in the school, according to a statement.

The lower school is also open as normal.

Footage showed much of the lobby and reception at the school blackened and destroyed by a fire.

Around 20 people left the school building at around 8pm before firefighters arrived. There were no reports of any injuries.

Most of the lobby and reception area were damaged, the London Fire Brigade has said.

Four fire engines and 25 firefighters were called to tackle the blaze and it was under control by 9.25pm.

The fire is believed to have been accidental.

Preston Manor Music Academy was also closed on the Saturday (January 23).