We are extremely pleased to be able to offer Speech and Drama lessons (LAMDA) as an extra curricular subject on a 1:1 or 1:2 basis at Highclare School.
The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) examinations have been a consistently successful enrichment activity at Highclare School with children able to choose courses in acting, verse and prose, reading or public speaking or a mixture of all!
Please do take time to have a look at LAMDA’s website for more information: https://www.lamda.ac.uk/our-exams. Studying LAMDA is proven to help develop important life skills including excellent communication techniques and improved self confidence, both of which are invaluable as children grow up and enter the world of work. These skills learnt at a young age are never forgotten. All exams offer students the opportunity to improve self-expression, strengthen memory, develop performance skills and most importantly, have fun.
If you are interested in lessons for your son or daughter at Highclare Senior School or would like to find out more please contact Mrs J Pryer-Smith on J.Pryer-Smith@highclareschool.co.uk
Speaking Verse & Prose
Designed to develop the skills necessary for effective communication of novels and poetry. Develops a strong speaking voice and memory skills. Designed for individual candidates.
Developing acting skills required for communicating character and context. Developing a strong, expressive speaking voice and good memory skills by learning and performing monologues and duologues. Designed for solo, duologue or group performances.
Developing essential skills for constructing and delivering talks, presentations and speeches. Designed for individual candidates.
Reading for Performance
Developing a recital around a theme of the pupil’s choice and developing an introduction, links and a conclusion to tie it all together. Prose and verse selections do not need to be learnt. Designed for individual candidates