As you can see in the table below, the marking structure for the exams we take has been standardised with the educational exams, following the ‘Regulated Qualification Framework’ Therefore, grades are an equivalent taking a GCSE and at Level 3 exams, they can be used to obtain UCAS points.
Before entering students in for exams, I ensure to note the three stages of learning. The student is clumsy at their first attempt of learning a new step or reading a monologue. It then, after practice, becomes coordinated and familiar. More rehearsal makes students masterful at their work, executing with accuracy, strength and added performance.
Level 1 LAMDA exams (Grades 1-3)
GCSE (Grade D-G/ 1,2,3)
Level 2 LAMDA exams (Grades 4-5)
Grades 4-5 and Intermediate Foundation
GCSE (Grade A*-C/ 4-9)
Level 3 (Grade 6-8)
Grade 6 and Intermediate
AS & A Level