Summer term LAMDA Examination results are in...
Manchester: 100% distinctions & merits!
Liverpool: 100% distinctions & merits!
Massive congratulations to our fabulous students! We are very proud of you.
LAMDA examinations will be happening:
NB: no one will be entered for Autumn 2023 examinations as there are too few lessons once term resumes.
Spring: 15th-17th March 2024
Summer: 12th-14th July 2024
Spring: 2nd-5th April 2024
Summer: 16th-19th July 2024
What are LAMDA Examinations?
When learning to play a musical instrument, you have the option to take your 'grades', graded examinations. The same is true for drama! For over 30 years we have prepared students for two types of graded LAMDA examinations: Acting and Speaking Verse and Prose. Requirements for each discipline and grade have different requirements, in which all of our team are very well versed by now!
LAMDA is recognised as an awarding organisation by Ofqual, the Office of Qualifications and Examinations Regulation in England, Qualifications Wales, and Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) in Northern Ireland. And as such, 'Level 3' (grade 6 and above) Qualifications can be used to claim UCAS points for University and College applications.
The process of preparing for and succeeding in a LAMDA Examination helps Learners, whatever their ages or aspirations, to develop a broad range of skills that will serve them throughout life. LAMDA Examinations develop a Learner’s ability to:
- read easily, fluently and with good understanding
- expand vocabulary to improve powers of self-expression
- improve confidence in speaking and listening
- memorise and recall information
- research and create persuasive formal presentations
- create and defend arguments
- engage in constructive informal conversation
- work both on their own and participate as a member of a team
No matter what direction Learners choose to follow in the future, LAMDA examinations provide the opportunity to nurture their natural abilities. These critical skills will enhance their self-confidence to engage and contribute fully, whether at school, in further education, at work or in the community. In other words, to fulfil their potential.