GCSE students were given lessons in eye health when they visited an opticians.

Specsavers hosted two lectures in-store for 60 teenagers from Guiseley School.

Five optometrists covered topics such as how the eye works, long and short sight, new technologies, laser surgery and duo-chrome tests.

Store director, Anjham Akbar said: "We love working with the local community and hope the pupils of Guiseley School enjoyed their visits – they certainly had lots of interesting questions to ask.

"Good eye health plays such an important role in a child’s overall development, from enhancing their language and cognitive skills, to improving their social abilities when interacting with others. It’s surprising to learn that such a significant number of parents are leaving it so late before taking their child for an eye test.

"Local educational efforts are vital in encouraging children and their parents to take their eye health seriously. We hope the eye health sessions were useful and wish the students the best of luck in their science exams."