ARSONISTS have struck at a Huddersfield special school for the second time within a week.
The vandals shoved flaming material through a smashed window at Longley School in Smithy Lane at 3.45pm on Saturday.
It followed an incident on Saturday November 29 when a classroom was set alight.
The blaze severely damaged the room.
In the latest fire, a small stationery office was the target. The fire damaged a photocopier.
A fire crew from Huddersfield was alerted by the building's fire alarm and used two breathing apparatus and one hose reel to control the blaze.
Scenes of crime police officers examined the building over the weekend.
"We are very fed up," said the school's head teacher Phil Gibbins after he had surveyed the damage this morning.
"Fortunately the fire was in a very small room and damage has been very limited."
It was business as usual at Longley School today.
Staff are now in talks with Kirklees Council to discuss ways of combating the threat of further attacks.
The school is not fenced and a public footpath runs through the grounds.
A 14-year-old boy from Dewsbury and 13-year-old boy from Mirfield were arrested on suspicion of arson in connection with the latest incident and released on police bail.