Pupils at a Herefordshire performing arts school are celebrating after passing national exams with flying colours.

Students at One Vision School of Arts in Chapel Lane, Leominster, recently received their results after taking exams with the London Academy of Music & Dramatic Art (LAMDA) in July.

Ten exams were taken by its students from Grade one to Grade eight, and the results came back last week with ten distinctions.

Libby Coleman received 96 per cent in her Grade three musical theatre exam and Thena Morgan took Grade one in both her acting and musical theatre exams, and received a distinction for them both.


LAMDA is one of the UK's oldest and most respected awarding bodies and is recognised by Ofqual.

One Vision offers exams in Musical Theatre, Acting and Public Speaking.

Students at One Vision can take performance exams from entry level to Grade eight. Grade six, seven and eight count towards the UCAS points system when applying to colleges and universities and students can use LAMDA lessons and preparation time for the skills section of their Duke of Edinburgh awards.

Melissa Kings, director of One Vision School of Arts said: "LAMDA qualifications are great to obtain for any student wishing to further their career in the performing arts or gain extra skills and qualifications through school.

"I am incredibly proud of our students and the results they have achieved- they have all worked so hard."