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Wildcats Theatre School retain 100% pass rate in latest LAMDA examinations

Stamford based Wildcats Theatre School have again managed to retain their 100% pass rate at their latest round of LAMDA examinations.  The children, aged 4-16 years from Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and Peterborough took examinations in Musical Theatre and Verse and Prose back in the summer and have just received their results.

Over the past two years over half of the Wildcats students have achieved a distinction grade, with the majority of the rest achieving a merit.  The weekly classes are designed to be fun and enjoyable as well as developing skills in musical theatre, public speaking and confidence.  The students get many opportunities to perform at various events and are currently learning peices from the hit musical 'Hairspray'.  Wildcats Theatre School have their own private LAMDA examination centre, which allows them to enter students 3 times per year at a local venue, and so far over 250 individual children have achieved a LAMDA award with the Wildcats.
 
Among the high achievers were Meg Snow, age 10 from Kings Cliffe who gained a distinction in her Musical Theatre exam.  Lauren Woodward, age 13 from Stamford achieved a merit and Sarah Lynn, age 8 from Peterborough also achieved a distinction grade.  One of the youngest entrants, Lucy Turley, age 4 from Stamford also gained her Introductory LAMDA award. 
 
Caz Dolby, of Wildcats said 'This latest round of exams has proven again that our methods of teaching really work.  We aim to deliver the LAMDA syllabus in such a way as to really excite children about the magic of musical theatre.  We are looking forward to another busy term of performances across Stamford, Peterborough and surrounding areas and welcome our newest Wildcats from Oakham into the school.  We also look forward to announcing news of our new Wildcat Academy and Music School shortly to be opening in Stamford'