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Crescent School Pupils' LAMDA Results Are Outstanding Again

26 Feb

All 36 Crescent pupils who took the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) examinations in January passed, with the overwhelming majority achieving a distinction.

At Crescent School, children study for the LAMDA examinations in their Drama lessons as part of the school’s curriculum. This year, pupils in Year 5 took the Speaking Verse and Prose Entry Level qualification, while those in Year 6 took the Grade 1 or Grade 3 examination.

The children prepared poems to perform and were judged on interpretation, technique and knowledge. To help them get ready for their examinations they all enjoyed performing for their parents in a super LAMDA showcase in January.

Drama teacher, Lizzie Bowdige, was extremely proud of them all. She said, “Everyone has done brilliantly, and I'm so pleased for them, especially for the four pupils who took the Grade 3 examination. The LAMDA qualifications add value to the children’s learning in so many different ways. I am delighted with their results.”

Congratulations to them all.