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Jaw-dropping results from LAMDA assessments
September 18, 2019

A host of young Performing Artists achieved considerable results from their recent examinations.

The Year 8 and 9 Speech and Drama candidates were rewarded for their exceptional preparation under the guidance of teacher Christina Bloomfield with a plethora of Distinctions from their London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art assessments.

The trio of Philo Rozek, Harrison McKinnel and Benjamin Alefounder achieved a Distinction and 89 out of a possible 100 in their Grade 2 Group Devising Drama exam, with Ell Northcott also securing a Distinction in her Acting Grade 2 Solo assessment.

Tedi Holden’s outstanding performance saw her come away with a Distinction in her Acting Grade 3 Solo test, and the talented pair of Abdul Khurram and Louis Ashby both secured mMerits in Grade 2 Acting Solo and Grade 3 Devising Drama respectively.

There was further cause for celebration as Noah Lewis gained a Distinction in Grade 2 Devising Drama, with Jake McDonald and Perry Williams’ performance in their Grade 2 Acting Combined deservedly coming away with a Distinction.

This included a 94/100 overall score from Perry, and a group consisting of Lily Davies, Ella James and Ada Vonbank also securing a Distinction from their Grade 3 Group Acting assessment.

Rounding off a jaw-dropping set of results were Ruby Merrick, Arran Sen, Llion Morris, Dylan Lloyd-Bloom, Emily Jones, Christian Cheesley, Will Tavernor, George Watkins, Freddie James, Isabel Stubbings and Sophie Hall, who all attained Distinctions from their respective examinations to further highlighted the exceptional work from pupils and staff at Rydal Penrhos’ thriving Speech and Drama provision.