Parents and pupils are getting the chance to have their say on the future of Peebles High School.

A planned consultation meeting this week was cancelled in light of the coronavirus outbreak.

But Scottish Borders Council has now opened an online version of the consultation process.

Questions on what works well within the school and the wider site, what does not work well, and what the site should look like in 2030 are being posed.

Scottish Borders Council chief executive Tracey Logan is encouraging anyone with an interest to have their say.

She told us: “The local community’s input is vital as we start to look in more detail at what lies ahead for Peebles High School, its pupils, staff, parents and the wider community.

"I’d encourage as many people as possible with an interest in the future of the school to find out more information and, crucially, share their views.”

Plans will be developed over the coming year or two on creating a new school on the current site.

To have your say go to

Responses will be accepted until March 31.