SCHOOL will carry on as usual for the 45 students of Queen Victoria School who lost their belongings in a dormitory fire last month.
QVS Old Boys Association president Anasa Vocea confirmed they and other donors had supplied and raised money to replace the students' belongings.
"Right now they are accommodated in one of the school's computer labs," Mr Vocea said.
"They will remain there until we can confirm what other arrangements can be made, if any."
Damage to the dormitory has been estimated at $60,000 while stationery, students' uniforms and luggage were worth $35,000.
"The school has supplied 19 kits and will supply another 25 kits when those students arrive," Mr Vocea said.
"These kits include sets of uniforms, books, the Bible, beddings and other necessities they need to complete the school term."
He said they received great feedback from the students who were settling in well.
"It is a very important term and we want to make sure they are as comfortable as possible so they can carry on with their education."
Mr Vocea said there was still no confirmation on when the new building would be built.
Enrolment of students was conducted yesterday and school proper begins today.