Congratulations to LAMDA students at The Math!

For the second year running, students at Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School have had the opportunity to take LAMDA lessons and examinations in speech and drama. These are internationally recognised qualifications similar to those students can earn when studying a musical instrument.

Huge congratulations go to all those who received their results recently. In total we had 26 Distinctions, 8 Merits and a Pass which is fantastic! Holly Chamberlain – experienced LAMDA tutor – and Mrs Shand the Head of Drama at The Math are delighted that students have achieved these brilliant qualifications and gained such valuable communication skills and confidence in themselves. Our thanks must go to Holly for her excellent tuition and guidance.

This year we had more students and higher grades with more challenging elements so the outcome is excellent. What is even better is that all Year 13 students who took the Grade 8 exams achieved distinctions which means they get the highest possible number of UCAS points – this is brilliant news.

How does this compare to last year? In 2017 The Math School had 26 Distinctions as well, 3 Merits and a pass, so it is safe to say the students lived up to the precedent set!

We look forward to more students taking advantage of the opportunity to develop their skills and confidence; the one-to-one lessons are fun and interesting and take place in school. To find out more or register interest, parents or guardians can contact Holly direct via email: