LAMDA success for young actors

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15 aspiring Bethany School actors have received another set of excellent LAMDA results this term. The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art enables young people to access one to one tuition and coaching in their acting performance.

14 of the group achieved Distinction grades including Ho Shun Leung, a pupil from China developing his English and moving his acting to the next level and Natalie Whyte received her Bronze Award for Acting. These set of results truly demonstrate the exceptional ability of our pupils at Bethany and we look forward to seeing more of these young people in the future.

James Simmonds, an Actor in Residence at Bethany, said: “LAMDA is a challenging course which pushes the individual in their performance skills. These grades underpin their enthusiasm and certainly set an excellent standard.”

The prize winners will pick up their awards in the Headmasters Assembly on the first week back of term. LAMDA is available to all pupils at the school and is a nationally recognised qualification.