LAMDA Speech & Drama Classes
Why study LAMDA?
If you want to improve your public speaking, communication skills, self-confidence or improve your Acting and reading skills then LAMDA Exams can support you as you develop the life-long skills you need to pursue a successful future.
How often are classes taught?
LAMDA pupils will have the opportunity to gain Speech and Drama training on a weekly basis and work towards LAMDA examinations.
What exams can I choose to study?
Pupils can take LAMDA examinations in a variety of areas:
Acting Grade 1-8
Speaking Verse and Prose Grade 1-8
Shakespeare Level 1-3
Musical Theatre Grade 1-8
How can they help you gain entry to university?
Level Three qualifications (that’s Grades 6 and up) are included in the UCAS Tariff. This means that if you pass those exams you can claim points to help you with university entry in the UK.
If you’ve taken exams from different syllabi, UCAS points can even be stacked to gain more points. So, as an example, points earned from an Acting exam in our Performance syllabi can be added to the points for a Reading for Performance exam from our Communication syllabi.