About LAMDA Speech and Drama


Lamda Examinations is the UK's largest statutory speech and drama awarding body, having a reputation for excellence across the globe. The aim is to:


* improve standards in communication through the spoken word

* foster an appreciation of literature, poetry and drama

* acknowledge levels of achievement

* support the creative, intellectual and social development of the individual as a whole


The examinations themselves provide learners with an opportunity to:


* measure progress against an international standard

* make contact with expert practitioner assessors outside the immediate teaching environment

* build self confidence

* acquire skill certification for career development

* receive critical appraisal and guidance for future development


The LAMDA Level 3 Graded Examinations in Communication and Performance are recognised within the UCAS tariff for UK university entrance.

About the Classes


Children can attend my LAMDA Speech and Drama classes from the age of 4. These classes focus on fun drama games as a means to increase confidence and build self esteem. Even at this young age the children will take an exam in Verse and Prose and be awarded a graded certificate. Generally children continue to take exams once a year in Verse and Prose until they reach Year 7 when they switch to Acting. Children can choose to perform either a monologue or a duologue. The classes last for 30 minutes and so numbers per class don't want to exceed 12 students. I usually teach LAMDA Speech and Drama in year groups but if numbers are a little low, year groups can be merged.