The students at Regents International School Pattaya proved yet again that Drama is not only an enormously popular subject to study but also one at which they excel.
Sixty-four Regents students recently received their grades for the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) examinations: 30% were graded with ‘Distinction’ and 55% with ‘Merit’, an impressive set of results by any standards.
Regents LAMDA students ham it up for the camera.
Three students on the IB Diploma course, Grace, Erin and Anastasia, achieved Distinction in the Grade 8 Gold Award.
Drama at Regents is about far more than just learning acting and stagecraft. It builds confidence and encourages young people to communicate clearly and with character, a much-prized skill when it comes to leading a meeting, delivering a speech and being interviewed. And it’s never too early to start learning these skills – for the first time in the school’s history, Primary-aged children were entered for the LAMDA examinations.