All young people – regardless of their background – should have the opportunity to develop the speaking and listening skills they need to access Further and Higher Education, secure employment and participate in lifelong learning. Following a successful pilot funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation, we have launched the first qualification in our new LAMDA Schools Award portfolio to meet this need head-on.

Designed in line with the curriculum at Key Stage 3, the LAMDA Level 2 Award in Speaking and Listening Skills enables learners to attain a nationally recognised, vocational qualification within the school timetable. Prioritising independent learning and research skills, the syllabus provides a valuable foundation for future academic attainment. The first Award of its kind in the UK, it also develops assertiveness, confidence and sociability.

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