LAMDA is continually growing at Gordon’s. Last year we prepared over 40 students for LAMDA exams and the number is growing for this year!
LAMDA examinations are internationally recognised qualifications that provide young people with the opportunity to improve self-expression, self-assurance and, most importantly, have fun. We offer lessons to all year groups in Acting, Devising Drama, Speaking Verse and Prose, Reading for Performance and Speaking in Public. We also offer the Level 3 Shakespeare Syllabus. The classes help students develop their confidence and encourage creativity and the ability to ‘think on your feet’.
The lessons are run on a rota basis during the school day or will take place during ‘study periods’ for students in the Sixth Form. Level 3 qualifications from LAMDA (Grade 6 and above) offer valuable UCAS points which students can use towards their university entry requirements.
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Please click here to apply for LAMDA lessons.
Recent LAMDA Successes
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LAMDA results 2022: Seventy five per cent of students taking the exam were awarded Distinctions with 100 per cent receiving a Merit or higher.
LAMDA results March 2020: Ten Distinctions and 2 Merits. A special mention to D Elulade and N Watson, who were the first students from Gordon's to take the Grade 8 Speaking in Public exam. They both passed with distinction. Also D Watson, who was awarded 100% in Grade 8 Reading for Performance.
LAMDA results November 2019: Nine Distinctions and 3 Merits.
LAMDA results March 2019: Twenty four Distinctions and 5 Merits. A special mention for P Norman (Distinction) and R Fernandes (Merit) who both received Grade 8 in Acting (Gold Medal).
For the LAMDA Acting syllabus, please click here.
For the LAMDA Devising Drama syllabus, please click here.
For the LAMDA Speaking Verse and Prose syllabus, please click here.
For the LAMDA Reading for Performance syllabus, please click here.
For the LAMDA Speaking in Public syllabus, please click here.
For the LAMDA Shakespeare syllabus, please click here.
Eddie the Eagle Edwards, the first competitor to represent Great Britain in the Olympic Ski Jumping for 50 years, landed as the Guest of Honour in the Boarding Schools Association Public Speaking Festival, hosted by Gordon’s.
Mr Edwards, who rose to international fame when he took part in the Calgary Winter Olympics in 1988, spoke of his determination to reach the Olympic Games.
After his talk, it was the turn of the students with Gordon’s competing with students from Cranleigh; Reddam House and LVS.
Topics ranged from ‘Is Temporary Insanity an Excuse for Murder’ to ‘The benefits of Introversion – Let’s Celebrate the Difference’ and the event saw some 30 students giving individual prepared speeches and team presentations. Amirah Deji won the Seniors Individual Prepared Speech Award.
Inaugural Arete By Heart Competition held at Gordon's