We are celebrating a fantastic success in the 2021 London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) examinations this year. With its talented cohort of 17 pupils – from Years 8-13 – achieving a total of 17 Distinctions. This is an amazing result for the school and is a fantastic reward for hard work of the students.
Susan Lockwood, LAMDA teacher at Woodbridge School, said: “Congratulations to our LAMDA students, who have achieved amazing results! Despite the lockdown, and the disruption that it has caused, we have still managed to achieve exceptional results, in exceptional circumstances.”
LAMDA has become firmly embedded into life at Woodbridge School. LAMDA teaching encompasses a wide range of subjects, including acting, verse and prose, public speaking, spoken English, and musical theatre. LAMDA is about process and learning through fun, and acquiring new skills that will benefit every pupil.
At Woodbridge School, LAMDA pupils also get the experience of performing at the award-winning Seckford Theatre, showcasing their talents, with a different theme for every Show.