KEIGHLEY'S Holy Family Catholic School was back open again this week following a two-day closure last Thursday and Friday. (Nov 9/10)

The school re-opened to staff and students on Monday morning.

A message posted to pupils, parents and staff last week warned of the impending closure, blaming "unforeseen emergency circumstances", and explained that the school required repairs to its heating system.

A letter from the school's head teacher Martin Hings, posted on Twitter last Wednesday, stated: "The water supply has to be drained from the school in order for emergency repairs to be made to the heating system.

"For health and safety reasons we are unable to open the school without a running water supply.

This decision has not been taken lightly. The health, safety and wellbeing of our students and staff are paramount and we apologise for any inconvenience this decision will cause."