Special assembly on Bailey Gwynne stabbing death anniversary
Classmates of an Aberdeen schoolboy who was stabbed will hold a special assembly to mark the anniversary of his death.
Bailey Gwynne died in October last year after a fellow pupil stabbed him at Cults Academy.
Sixth year pupils will be given an opportunity to reflect on the tragedy at a private event on Friday.
His 16-year-old killer - who cannot be named for legal reasons - was convicted of culpable homicide.
He was jailed for nine years.
A recently published review into the death of Bailey found his death was "potentially avoidable" if teachers had known his attacker carried a knife.
The review, conducted by child welfare professional Andrew Lowe, made 21 recommendations including a call for legal changes to give teachers more power to search pupils.