Guiseley School pupils get a taste of working world

Guiseley School has a new mini-lathe which was being tested for the first time by pupil Oliver Robinson (seated) with the help of trainer Steve Bowers

Guiseley School has a new mini-lathe which was being tested for the first time by pupil Oliver Robinson (seated) with the help of trainer Steve Bowers

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Students at Guiseley School got a taste of life in industry when they tried their hands at using a lathe.

Teenagers studying for an engineering diploma were shown how to use the lathe, which the school has just bought, and which is a smaller version of those used in industry.

A training company came into school to show students how to use the equipment.

Members of the Bradford Model Engineering Society also took part in the training session as part of a community link.

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