Actors from Cundall Manor School are celebrating the latest LAMDA results, with pupils receiving top marks for their drama performance.
Seven pupils from the school, based near Topcliffe, North Yorkshire, entered the exams earlier this term. Pupils had to memorise a monologue or duologue depending on the exam.
LAMDA tutor, Catherine Fearn, was thrilled with the pupils’ performance.
She said: “I was delighted with the outstanding grades awarded to the students at the Leeds public centre.”
“The high marks are testimony to the hard work students put in to the development of their characters within acted scenes, and heightening their interpretive and technical speech and drama skills.
LAMDA is the oldest drama school in the UK. Founded in 1861 as the London Academy of Music, the academy was the first to offer acting tuition and has a world renowned reputation for quality.
LAMDA assessments can be converted into UCAS points and go towards University entrance requirements.
Mrs Fearn added: “All our pupils deserve a huge well done.”
Pupils were awarded their certificates in an assembly earlier this month and parents and staff will get a chance to see a select performance from two of the schools LAMDA pupils in the annual Form 6 Review.
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