TWO young apprentices with Keighley social housing group Incommunities have been back to school.

Aqib Javed and Baily Burdet took part in an event aimed at showcasing career routes open to young people.

They were at the launch of the Inspiring Bradford initiative, involving a host of primary and secondary schools.

Third-year apprentice joiner Aqib participated in a quiz, in which pupils had to work out the jobs of six volunteers.

And Baily, a second-year electrician, spoke about his role.

Incommunities’ group chief executive, Geraldine Howley, said: “Investing in young people is at the core of our business and I’m delighted that Aqib and Baily had such a positive time sharing their experience of their apprenticeships.

“Many of our apprentices regularly go into schools to promote their roles and the exciting career opportunities for both boys and girls in housing and construction.”