Acting awards for Stonehenge students

Salisbury Journal: Acting awards for Stonehenge students Acting awards for Stonehenge students

FUTURE stars of stage and screen could be in the making at The Stonehenge School in Amesbury.

Nineteen youngsters at the school are celebrating success in The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) awards, with several achieving the highest gold award.

Year 11 students Charlotte Rowe and Megan Doole got gold awards with merits for their three performances.

Gemma Hammond and Ellie Maple, both in Year 9, were awarded silver medals for scenes from Shakespeare, Wilde and Willy Russell. Bronze awards were gained by Euan Mauchline, Fraser Adams, Holly Holstead, Jessica Andrews, Montana Birks, Kianna Hardy, Lauren Kenny, Jodie Hill, Nathan Carter, Holly Sherburne, Eloise Davies-Tyler and Sam Griffiths.

Bethan Ellis and Leah Yates earned their Grade Four Solo awards and Jasmine Scott got her Grade 5. Fifty-nine students at the school have gained LAMDA awards since the first examinations in 2010.


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