AN action plan has been unveiled today to get York High School pupils back to school.

City of York Council and the school's head teacher David Ellis, revealed a multi-site solution to get the school's 896 students back in the classroom from Monday.

Speaking at a press conference in the Guild Hall, Mr Ellis said the bulk of the students, 600, will be taught at Manor CE School with the remaining students being split between Burnholme Community College which will have 158 students and Westfield Primary School in Acomb with 183.

All children will be taught in their year groups at the three schools for a fortnight, leading up to the half term holiday.

There will be a meeting for all York High School parents tomorrow night at 6.30pm at Westfield Primary School for parents to have their questions answered.

The plan has been put together following a blaze which devastated a third of York High School in Acomb in the early hours of Friday morning.

* Full details of the action plan will be published in The Press tomorrow.