We have some lovely news from St Christopher’s with all our pupils who entered the LAMDA examinations receiving either a merit or distinction.
LAMDA, which stands for London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, is open to anyone and encourages learners of all ages to develop a love of literature, poetry and drama. It is renowned for helping people gain conﬁdence in performance, speech and communication.
Our Head teacher Alexandra Cottell, commented: “I am absolutely delighted – what a fantastic achievement! The age of the children who took part ranged from six to 11 years and the exams were a mixture of Solo Introductory Levels to Grade 1 Acting Duologues and Group Devising Drama.
“This is a very high level for children of such a young age and we are so proud of them all. LAMDA has always been highly valued at St. Christopher’s and we are seeing more and more children choose to take this additional opportunity.
“All of the children should be so pleased with their incredible achievements, and I know they are already looking forward to their next performances!”