LAMDA results 2022

Earlier this year our LAMDA students took their LAMDA exams.   The London Academic of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) is a world class drama school that has been around since 1861.  The LAMDA qualifications can be hugely important in providing children with key skills.  The qualifications on offer range from Musical Theatre to Miming and from Speaking in Public to Speaking Verse and Prose.  At the heart of the LAMDA exams is the recognition that their qualifactions are for everyone.  They centre on both the individual and working together collaboratively, as an ensemble.

LAMDA qualifications

The exams provide vital life skills to children and they enhance creative skills.  Children can improve their self-assurance by developing communication skills, confident in the knowledge that they can articulate their thoughts and ideas.  As they work towards their qualification, children develop a strong speaking voice, reading fluency, a broader vocabulary and enhanced memory.  Children who pass a Level 3 Solo/Duo examination gain UCAS points.

Congratulations to our LAMDA pupils in the Prep School

The LAMDA team at Scarborough College would also like to highlight the achievement of Keira Helm (Year 4).  For her Verse & Prose examination, Keira achieved the highest overall mark with 92 out of 100!

Congratulations to our LAMDA pupils in the Senior School


LAMDA qualification

The LAMDA team at Scarborough College would also like to reocgnise the fabulous achievement of Harry Cammish.  In his Public Speaking Bronze Medal examination Harry achieved 98 out of 100.  This score was the highest overall in the Senior School.

Congratulations to all our pupils.  We would also like to thank all the LAMDA staff for their huge commitment and effort.  Over one hundred pupils took LAMDA lessons this year, which is more than one fifth of the entire school.  It is a fabulous achievement by the drama department and it showsthe strength and enthusiasm of performing arts departments.


There are three mistakes on the results pages.  Anna Goodall took her Grade 4 Verse & Prose examination with Merit.  Kelsey Atkinson received a Merit for her Gold Medal Acting.  Maria Efstatathiadou was completely missed off the list.  We would like to congratulate Maria for her Bronze Medal Acting with Distinction.



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