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Wildcats celebrate after record LAMDA exam results

Award winning Wildcats Theatre School and Academy are celebrating after another successful round of examinations in Musical Theatre.

 Award winning Wildcats Theatre School and Academy are celebrating after another successful round of examinations in Musical Theatre.

Children who take part in Wildcats classes take the 'London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts' (LAMDA) examinations each year.  The exams give children the chance to gain recognised awards that test their knowledge and performing skills in exam conditions.  
 
Wildcats have an excellent reputation for teaching children to very high levels for entry into the exams.  This seasons exams, were taken in February and the results have just been issues - with a massive 76 children passing various levels of musical theatre examination.  27 children achieved a distinction grade, one of which was Amelia Walker, age 15 from Market Deeping.  Amelia gained a distinction in her Grade 5 Musical Theatre exam.
 
Amelia said 'I am incredibly pleased with my result and very proud of gaining a distinction.  I am looking forward to preparing for my Grade 6 once I start my full time studies with the Academy in September.'
 
 Another success was George Barber, age 9 from Bourne.  George, who attends the Bourne Red Hall Wildcats  achieved a high Merit in his Grade 2 examination. George has been working hard for his exam and performed Electricity from Billy Elliott as one of his songs.  George's mum, Libby Barber said 'George has worked very hard on his exam preparation and is over the moon to have passed his grade 2 LAMDA exam with a 'merit'. A big thank you to his teachers, Kelly-Ann and Kirsty for all their help and support!'
 
Of the 76 children entered there was 27 distinctions, 33 Merit and 16 pass grades awarded across levels from introductory to Grade 5.    Wildcats Post 16 Academy students are currently awaiting their results of exams up to and including Grade 7 Musical Theatre.
 
Caz Dolby, Founder of Wildcats said 'We are all incredibly proud of the students who have taken part in these examinations.  They all worked very hard and thoroughly deserve their awards.'
 
Wildcats run examination sessions three times a year with over 80 children attending each session.   For more information please call Wildcats on 01780 762000.