Excellent LAMDA results
Haileybury pupils have once again performed exceptionally well in the latest LAMDA examinations, with international students Yumiko Sakamoto, Assel Akhsambiyeva and Jean Gervoson doing particularly well.
Alexandra Marsh gained her silver medal in Verse & Prose, while Scarlette Forwood received a merit for Acting Grade 3.
Says teacher Maggie Pagliarulo: "I am extremely pleased with our results. We had a new syllabus to work from, with a lot more theory and the children got good results in Spoken English, Devised Performance, Acting and Verse & Prose."
The full results are:
Scarlette Forwood (Acting Grade 3) – merit
Eri Nakagawa (Spoken English Grade 2) – merit
Yumiko Sakamoto (Spoken English Grade 1) – distinction
Nicola Tail and Lucy Robson (Devised Performance Duologue Grade 1) – merit
Gorgia Kelly (Acting Grade 1) – merit
Eleanor Walter (Spoken English Grade 2) – merit
Rosie Woodcock and Alessandra Bonder (Acting Duologue Grade 1) – pass
Hannah Grundy and Georgia Doyle (Devised Performance Duologue Grade 1) – distinction and merit respectively
Jessica Lilley (Spoken English Grade 2) – distinction
Hannah Oghene and Ellie Coleman (Devised Performance Duologue Grade 1) – pass and merit respectively
Jean Gervoson (Spoken English Grade 3) – distinction
Aya Yoshida (Spoken English Grade 2) – merit
Assel Akhsambiyeva (The Speaking of Verse & Prose Grade 5) – merit
Louise Greenwell (The Speaking of Verse & Prose Grade 5) – pass
Alexandra Marsh (The Speaking of Verse & Prose Grade 7 – silver medal) – pass