LAMDA examinations offer subjects in:

  • performance

  • comprehension

  • creativity​

  • sociability

"Lessons in LAMDA can help to develop essential life skills in young people"


Liz Chambers

In a former life, I worked as a professional actress. As well as running my own theatre companies, I performed at established theatres such as the Bristol Old Vic.

In 2008, I completed her PGCE at Greenwich University. Since then, I have taught drama in a variety of educational establishments, teaching learners aged 0 – 90.

I have been teaching LAMDA exams for three years with great success and have recently completed my LAMDA examiner training. I was invited to the board of LAMDA in January 2018.

The examination syllabus in all subjects allow for the development of transferable skills in young people. The higher grades also allow students to achieve UCAS points.  Students can expect to develop skills in:


  • confidence

  • literacy

  • communication

  • Analysis​ 

  • Acting

  • Miming

  • Devising

  • Reading for performance

  • Speaking verse and prose

  • Public speaking

  • Shakespeare

  • Musical Theatre