Artistic skills build confidence in children, says examiner
A seasoned examiner with London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), Joanna Foster, has stated that possession of artistic skills is an added advantage for prospective students seeking admission into any United Kingdom (UK) institutions.
Foster, who recently visited Greensprings School to examine 111 students that sat for the LAMDA examinations, said the academy has helped many students of all ages to develop lifelong skills.She noted that the academy has been offering practical examinations in communication and performance subjects to students for over 130 years, adding that LAMDA is one of United Kingdom’s oldest and most respected awarding bodies.
Speaking on her experience at Greensprings, she explained that the students are very polite and have done very well in the examination, adding that the standard of education in the school is excellent.
LAMDA is a three-year full-time professional training school for actors and actresses in London. It covers communication, performance and musical theatre, among others.
The school’s music teacher (Lekki Campus), Mr. Grant Maclean, explained that the academy improves a child’s communication and acting skills, thereby making him/her more confident in his or her approach to life, as well as developing the ability to speak eloquently when engaging with people.
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