Talented Great Warley pupils achieve success in national performing arts exam
PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 September 2019
Talented pupils have achieved 100per cent distinctions in a national exam for performing arts.
Every one of the 58 candidates at Woodlands Preparatory School in Great Warley who sat the acclaimed London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) exam achieved 100pc distinctions.
Headmaster David Bell said: "I am so proud of the exceptional skill and hard work these children have shown to be acknowledged with this unprecedented result."
Vivienne Parker, a speech and drama specialist and LAMDA teacher, said: "The benefits of the programme are huge with children taking the skills they learn into public speaking and debating competitions.
"This is a qualification for the 21st century."