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Wildcats to continue work with Foundation Learning students at Rutland College

Wildcats have announced that they will be working in partnership with Rutland College for the second year running, delivering LAMDA classes to students aged 16-19 with additional learning/special educational needs.

Wildcats have announced that they will be working in partnership with Rutland College for the second year running, delivering LAMDA classes to students aged 16-19 with additional learning/special educational needs.

Earlier in the year, Wildcats went into Rutland College and run a series of weekly classes in Verse and Prose, and Musical Theatre.  Kelly-Ann Soper, Wildcats Partner and teacher worked with young people with additional learning needs, developing their confidence and getting them ready to take their first LAMDA examination.

The project was a huge success and all students passed their Entry Level or Grade 1 examination.

Due to this, Wildcats have now launched the second year of the project, working with even more young people from the college.  Each week, Wildcats will provide a specialist teacher who will work with the students to develop their skills ready for the next set of exams in April 2013.

Caz Dolby, Owner of Wildcats said 'This was a fantastic project first time round and really highlights the ethos of Wildcats - That every student is an individual and 'deserves the chance to fly'.  Musical Theatre is such a great way for people to develop their confidence and self esteem, not only in performing but in day to day life' . We look forward to seeing the students progress over the coming months.'

Wildcats have funding to continue this work in other local schools and colleges.  If you have students aged 16+/are a school or college/youth group etc and would like to know more please contact them - admin@wildcats-uk.com