Curtain Up - Performance & Communication Examinations
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    Performance & Communication Examinations

 

Summer 2016 results for our

Friday afternoon classes,

all examinations passed with Distinction or Merit

and a superb overall 83% Distinction rate!

 

Due to popular demand we are now delighted to offer classes specifically designed for examinations.

Classes are open to all  - not just the children who attend  our award winning Theatre School on Saturday mornings.

The current choice of examinations include Speech and Drama following the LAMDA syllabus or singing following the Trinity or ABRSM syllabus.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Being part of our Curtain Up Theatre School at St Gregory's on a Saturday morning is not a requirement  for students to take part in our Performance and Communication Exams, we welcome new students and also older students who have moved on and want to polish their skills! 

Why take Performance & Communication Examinations?

Performance examinations in subjects such as Speech & Drama and Singing have far reaching and long lasting benefits!

Our classes and examinations will help to improve communication skills, increase social skills and increase self confidence.

Drama and singing exams are all about achievement  - they recognise the endeavours of an individual and reward the student with an officially credited examination session and later a certificate that can be treasured for years to come.

Children applying to secondary schools and sixth form colleges frequently use their LAMDA and Trinity portfolios to demonstrate their extra curricular activities and achievements. Drama Scholarship places are highly sought after in Bath's top independent schools, calling for auditions and  evidence of ability - these skills can be achieved through regular training with Curtain Up.

Later in life, the higher grades attract UCAS points which some universities accept towards university entrance and employers recognise LAMDA and Trinity certificates as accredited evidence of hard work, perseverance and a desire to improve ones skills.