LAMDA is one of the UK’s oldest and most respected awarding bodies. They have been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects for over 130 years. In this time, the qualifications have helped hundreds of thousands of candidates of all ages and abilities to develop lifelong skills.
How does LAMDA work at Felsted?
Students will take their 30 min class during the school day, the classes are on a carousel and therefore the same lesson will not be continually missed. Students will also have the opportunity to perform their work in a presentation evening. Minimal prep is required as the majority of the work will be completed in class. Those who wish to take more than one syllabus are welcome to change syllabi after each exam. Individual, pair and small group lessons are available.
Reading with Fluency
Self- Expression & Self-Confidence
Confidence in Speaking and Listening
Vocal Technique- including clearer diction
A range of Acting Skills
The following syllabi are now being offered at Felsted:
- Devising Drama
- Verse & Prose
- Reading for Performance
- Introductory Exams
- Speaking in Public
- Group Exams
- Musical Theatre
Kirsten Charters and Allison Moor have been teaching LAMDA for several years and have a 100% pass rate. They have degrees in Theatre and English, respectively, and backgrounds in professional acting. They always aim to keep lessons fun and engaging!
LAMDA lesson prices
For further information or if you are interested in a trial lesson please contact Sarah Penrose at firstname.lastname@example.org
UCAS tariff points are used by some universities, colleges and conservatories as part of their entry requirements.
Some of the level 3 LAMDA medal exams hold UCAS Tariff points which translate the exam results into a numerical value - dependent on the qualification size, and the grade achieved.
I always look forward to LAMDA because the teachers make the lessons such fun
Year 4 pupil
I do not do Drama A Level, but LAMDA means I can still portray my love of acting and performing to the school
Year 12 pupil