A BRIDLINGTON student has joined a cohort of students at Scarborough College to celebrate success in a prestigious music and drama exam.
Pictured are students at the college celebrating successfully passing their LAMDA examinations – and among them is Adele Marshall, of Bridlington, who achieved two distinctions.
It is the second year running that students at the college, aged between five and 18, have achieved top grades since they were introduced in September 2010.
Dan Maloney, drama teacher and LAMDA co-ordinator at Scarborough College said: “Congratulations to all of our students that have successfully passed their LAMDA examinations.
“This year has built on previous success under the tutelage of Ms Galway with a 100% pass rate, with 12 Distinctions and 15 Merits.”
The London Academy of Music and Drama qualifications in Acting, Communication, Musical Theatre and Public Speaking have been recognized as the leading qualifications in the Dramatic Arts for over 150 years.
Many of Britain’s greatest acting talent and public speakers have undertaken these qualifications, which are now recognised on the QCF as ‘GCSE’ and ‘A’ level equivalents, gaining university points.
Importantly the qualifications help to bring out the students’ confidence, enabling them to articulate and express their ideas to a range of audiences.