Would your child benefit from classes to encourage confidence, independent learning and being empowered to find their own voice? Would you like to boost their skills in understanding and presenting text ready for the new school year?

Experienced Speech & Drama Teacher Elizabeth Went is offering a programme of classes to work with your child to reach their potential and empower them to find their own, unique voice. During the programme your child can choose to explore material from the Acting, Verse & Prose or Shakespeare LAMDA syllabus with a view to entering the exam at the end of the programme. Whatever stage of school your child is at, working towards a LAMDA exam can give them the space to develop their skills in classes tailored to their individual needs.

LAMDA exams earn valuable UCAS points at Medal level and students find the exams a helpful addition to their personal achievements when applying to further education establishments.

Liz is an alumni of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama Coaching programme and brings this experience to classes by encouraging a positive, personal approach. She is currently the Visiting Teacher of Speech & Drama at RMS For Girls and has worked in the Performing Arts and Education sector for over 20 years producing, directing and performing in projects across the UK and abroad. Liz read Drama at Aberystwyth, before completing her PGCE at Bretton Hall Leeds and studying Acting under David Vann at Birmingham Conservatoire. Liz is a member of Equity, the Shakespeare Globe Studio, The Actors Centre and the Society of Teachers of Speech & Drama.

Based in Amersham, over the past year Liz has successfully developed an online teaching platform in addition to face-to-face lessons, giving families the opportunity to mix and match how lessons are delivered, without disruption.