LAMDA for schools

“LAMDA classes have proven to be extremely popular with pupils and parents alike. LAMDA is an engaging extra-curricular subject; where pupils build confidence, foster a love of literature and hone their public speaking and performance skills.”

We currently run LAMDA classes at Buckingham Prep School, Hendon Prep School, Mount Stewart School, Quainton Hall School, Krishna Avanti, Avanti House, and John Lyon School. We also offer nursery classes at Twinkle Stars. If you would like to book classes for your school, or nursery, please do get in touch.

What is LAMDA?

LAMDA provides public speaking and drama training for those aged 4 -18 years old. For the past 5 years, RoughMagicke has been working in association with LAMDA, to bring these classes into schools. The exams are ultimately about empowerment; giving students the opportunity to develop the life skills they need: attributes such as self-confidence and the ability to communicate clearly and present ideas.

Why have LAMDA at my school?

  • To build confidence in public speaking and performance
  • To improve communication skills and develop interview technique
  • To develop vocabulary and improve elocution and clarity
  • To nurture creative development and celebrate poetry, literature and drama

LAMDA has been recognised as an awarding organisation by Ofqual, and the advanced grades carry UCAS points, useful when applying to Universities and Drama Schools.

How can I offer LAMDA at my school?

We can either run lunchtime classes, with 4 children per class, or we can run private lessons peripatetically through the school day. We are happy to arrange both the registration, and payment directly with parents.

Exams are completed outside of school, on weekends, at our LAMDA centre. We also encourage pupils to participate in local drama festivals.

How much does it cost?

Nothing! (For the school). We work in exactly the same manner as private music lessons ran through the school; the parents pay our organisation directly. There is no charge for the school.

How do I sign up?

Click here to contact us directly, or alternatively give us a call on 07701 009 260.

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