POLICE are investigating after 14 windows were smashed at Blairhall Primary School at the weekend.

Officers have launched an appeal for information after vandals struck sometime between Saturday and Sunday.

The school's Twitter page said that they were "dismayed" over the damage caused, and added: "The children and staff have worked so hard to put Blairhall PS on the map this year and this is like a kick in (the) teeth.

"We would ask all locals to dial 101 if they see any concerning behaviour around the school".

South West Fife Police's Twitter feed added: "As below, 14 windows were smashed @BlairhallPS between 30th June and 1st July.

"If you have any info regarding this incident, please contact us on 101 with reference number PS-20180701-1881. We're keen to catch the mindless person(s) responsible."

Before the schools broke off for their summer break on Friday, Blairhall were honoured at an inaugural prizegiving at the end of May.

Active Schools Fife's first-ever awards evening, held in Glenrothes, saw the school feted with their 'game-changer' accolade for its community tennis project.

The programme, which was launched in October last year following funding from the Coalfields Regeneration Trust, is operated in partnership with Active Schools and Dunfermline Tennis Club, providing coaching in school and within the community.