The First Minister paid a flying visit to Greenhill School in Tenby on Thursday.
Carwyn Jones had been invited to the school by sixth form students.
He was greeted on his arrival by headteacher, Janet Kinston and Pembrokeshire County Council's Cabinet Member for Education and Welsh Language, Councillor Huw George.
As well as addressing the sixth formers, the First Minister also answered their questions which ranged from ‘how did you get into politics?' to ‘will there be funding for students and for how long?'
He also urged them to vote in elections if they were eligible and told them: "If you don't vote, I won't listen to you'.
Before leaving, the First Minister had lunch with the Head Boy and Head Girl and the Head of the Sixth Form, Julian Dessent, with whom he went to school and played rugby with
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