Garden International School (GIS) students have passed their drama and communications examinations – with the top scores in the region.
Around 40 students from Years 7 to 9 and two teachers took part in the LAMDA examinations, and everyone passed with either a Merit or a Distinction.
We’re the best! GIS students celebrate their amazing results.
LAMDA stands for the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts and offers an internationally-recognised series of assessments.
Among the real stars was Year 9’s Henry and Year 10’s Gear, Praw and Berenice, who all scored 90 points – the highest of any students in the region who took the examination.
Flashback to Henry Gear performing one of the sketches at a Music, Arts and Drama evening.
Here’s Praw with her top-scoring performance for LAMDA.