LAMDA examination results are loud and clear!

Posted: 1st March 2018

The LAMDA examination results are in and Highclare School pupils have achieved phenomenal grades, attaining a 100% pass rate & seeing the highest rate of distinctions achieved for years.

34 Senior School pupils and 69 Junior School pupils from Highclare School took part in the recent LAMDA examinations, comprising of a wide range of performance based disciplines, including Group Acting, Solo Acting, Public Speaking, Mime and Verse and Prose Recital.

In all 100% pupils passed, with 32% obtaining a Merit and 64% of pupils achieving a Distinction – this is a grade of 80% and above, outstanding results! A special mention to 5 of our L5th & U5th pupils, who further gained bronze medals in these exams, a fantastic attainment which in addition to evidencing their individual excellence has accrued all-important UCAS points.

Lamda has proved an immensely popular extra-curricular activity at Highclare School, allowing pupils to grow in confidence, develop their individuality and nurture relationships with pupils across year groups; It is proven to positively impact a pupils ability to participate in debates and presentation skills within other subject classes, all of which has seen a massive uptake onto the LAMDA course of recent time.


Mrs Ashley Hall, Peripatetic Speech Teacher said;

“These are fantastic results and I am delighted!  In Highclare Senior School alone we have seen over a 40% increase in pupils achieving a distinction grade & a 100% pass rate, Fantastic!  In Junior School over 70%  of pupils achieved a distinction, outstanding results for pupils of such a young age! I look forward to celebrating these results with our pupils and continuing their LAMDA journey together. ”

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