Runshaw student Sharlize Munro-Labuda attended The Conservative Party Conference which took place at the start of October in Manchester.
Sharlize is a first year student at Runshaw studying A Levels in Law, Sociology and Geography. Outside college, Sharlize is a member of the Sea Cadets, and along with her fellow cadets, attended the Conservative Party Conference for a meeting with the Prime Minister and the Education Committee to discuss non-formal education and potential reforms. Sharlize’s time there was very informative and she thoroughly enjoyed meeting the Education Committee and listening to their presentations.
Sea Cadets is the UK’s largest maritime youth charity, established in 1856 and working in over 400 units with 14,000 cadets aged between 10 and 18. Cadets learn life skills like leadership and team work through nautical adventure activities, and can earn extra qualifications which give youngsters a head start.