A leading charity is calling on schools across the country to "wear dots and raise lots" to help support partially-sighted people.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is asking schools up and down the UK to "Wear dots and raise lots" in support of its vital work.
"Wear dots...raise lots" is an annual fundraiser, which will be taking place in May. It is inspired by Louis Braille's system which features raised dots and revolutionised reading and writing for people with sight problems.
The UK is currently home to more than two million people who are affected by sight loss, with one person beginning to lose their sight every 15 minutes.