Four Princethorpe Pupils Awarded LAMDA Grade 8 Gold Medal
Four Princethorpe College pupils, Alexandra Bonsall, Mitchell Endenburg, Grace Isaacs and James Maclean, have all achieved distinction in their London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) Grade 8 Gold Medal examinations.
Year 11 pupil, Alexandra Bonsall, Lower Sixth Form student, Grace Isaacs, and Upper Sixth Form student, James Maclean, all sat the LAMDA Grade 8 Acting examination while Upper Sixth Form student, Mitchell Endenburg took his Grade 8 Public Speaking examination.
Gold is the highest medal awarded by LAMDA and takes years of training to achieve, and receiving a distinction in their LAMDA Gold Medal examinations also means that all four pupils have now accrued 30 extra UCAS points towards their university applications.
Lead LAMDA Teacher, Kathy Buckingham-Underhill, commented, "I am delighted to see these four young people completing their LAMDA studies on such a high. Congratulations to them all. Their hard work, diligence, perseverance and commitment have been amply rewarded. Their LAMDA teachers are incredibly proud of them all."
A huge well done to all four pupils on a really impressive achievement.