We are delighted to announce that this year, our LAMDA students have had the most successful exam results to date.
Our Spring 2021 exams were extremely successful for our 62 students, of which 8 students received Merits and an impressive 54 students achieved Distinctions. Well done to all!
Founded in 1861 and launched at ISM in 2009, LAMDA (the ‘London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art’) is the UK’s largest awarding body of Performance and Communication Examinations. LAMDA students can take performance-based courses such as Acting, Devising Drama, Shakespeare, and Musical Theatre as well as communication-based courses including Public Speaking, Reading for Performance, and Speaking Verse and Prose. Students follow a clearly defined syllabus in their selected courses each year from Grades 1-8, and exams for each course are conducted twice a year by an external LAMDA Examiner. In the exams, students can be awarded a ‘Pass’ (by scoring 50-64 points), a ‘Merit’ (by scoring 65-79 points), or a ‘Distinction’ (by scoring 80-100 points).