A Christchurch school is returning to its home site today after the 2011 earthquakes forced it to move.
Redcliffs School has undergone a nine-year rebuild, vacating its original site after a cliff collapse made it unsafe.
An entire generation of the school's students have been taught at a temporary campus in Sumner.
It was almost shut down in 2016, but a campaign by the school's community prevented its closure.
The school’s new campus will be officially opened later this week by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.