LAMDA success for Bethany pupils

Posted In Drama

The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art provide young people with recognised qualifications in acting. Earlier last term, 17 Bethany pupils sat their LAMDA exams with lockdown imminently waiting in the wings. Determined that the show would go on, these pupils showcased their performances in front of the socially distanced examiner with flair.

We are delighted to announce that 94% of these pupils achieved a Distinction (the highest grade possible) and the remaining 6% achieved a Merit. These grades continue to reflect the talent we have at Bethany and the resilience to continue even in adversity. LAMDA has continued during lockdown with pupils continuing in their one to one sessions with Mr Simmonds and Mrs West, both of whom are immensely proud of their pupils. LAMDA will continue and no doubt these pupils will go onto win further awards in the future.

  • Olaoluwa Amusan – 81 Pass with Distinction
  • Elliot Andrew – 77 Pass with Merit
  • James Caney – 86 Pass with Distinction
  • Benjamin Caney – 87 Pass with Distinction
  • Alexis Casdagli – 82 Pass with Distinction
  • Isabel Chang – 81 Pass with Distinction
  • Charlotte Ensor – 84 Pass with Distinction
  • Olivia Fraser – 86 Pass with Disctintion
  • Serena Gautier – 84 Pass with Distinction
  • Sophie Hamill – 88 Pass with Distinction
  • Ruqaiyah Jarviton – 83 Pass with Distinction
  • Edith Lowe – 87 Pass with Distinction
  • Noah Lyndon-Stanford – 81 Pass with Distinction
  • Ellie Russel – 83 Pass with Distinction
  • Jake Taylor – 92 Pass with Distinction
  • Matthew Wells – 80 Pass with Distinction
  • Beatrice Westbrook – 83 Pass with Distinction