Up to 40 workers in action as Warwick East prepares for school on Monday after a fire on Friday.
Up to 40 workers in action as Warwick East prepares for school on Monday after a fire on Friday. Gerard Walsh

Two pre-fab rooms set up at Warwick East State School

STUDENTS will be back to Warwick East State School at 8.50am Monday after the A wing of the school was destroyed by fire on Friday afternoon.

Education Queensland spokesman Jeff Hunt said the decision was made around noon Sunday for school to start as usual on Monday morning.

Since the fire, up to 40 workers have been on site preparing for a return to school.

Mr Hunt said two pre-fab buildings have been erected for the re-start of school.

"One room is for the administration area and staff room and the other as a classroom,” he said.

Staff will meet at the school at 8am Monday and the students will be addressed by the principal at 8.50am in a large half open building dubbed the hangar.

See more updates and photos of new work this afternoon on www.warwickdailynews.com.au



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