DRAMA students at Spalding High School put their acting skills to the test – and passed with flying colours.
At the beginning of December, 13 girls took their London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) exams, and they have just found out that ten of them gained distinctions and the other three merits.
Teacher Ian Mann said: “This is a really great result for the students and something well worth celebrating.”
The students were required to perform two pieces, one communication based and the other performance.
Mr Mann added: “Some of the students will take the exam as a gateway to university while others take them to enhance confidence and their ability to analyse text.”