A REDDITCH school that had to close because it had no heating or hot water has re-opened.

Trinity High School & Sixth Form Centre was closed yesterday (Monday, December 9).

Parents said they were told on Sunday but some only found out on Monday morning.

A message on the school's social media and website said: "Unfortunately the school is currently without any heating or hot water. As a result the school will be closed on 9th December."

At the time it was unclear how long the school would be closed for.

A spokesman told the Advertiser that engineers had been on site since 8am testing and it appeared that the issue had been resolved.

The school re-opened today Tuesday, December 10.

A statement from the school said: "Thankfully our heating and hot water issues have been resolved and we will be open as normal for all students on Tuesday 10th December. Thank you for your support."