Accolades & Awards
Find out more about some of All The Arts’ proudest achievements…
All the Arts are one of the few local schools that have reached the strict criteria required to join the Dance Register.
LAMDA has been fuelling the performing arts for over 150 years. They deal in excellence, passion, talent and imagination.Through Examinations they empower and inspire individuals across the globe – providing them with a means to improve communication skills, increase self-confidence and develop strong social skills, regardless of their experience or ability. ATA hold regular LAMDA examination sessions for students who wish to pursue their training further and we hold a 100% success rate. Most recently All The Arts were selected to feature in the new LAMDA examinations prospectus as a flagship school offering professional training. We were delighted to be described as one of the most successful theatre schools in Greater London.
The International Dance Teachers Association is one of the world’s largest examination boards, covering the full spectrum of dance examinations on a global scale, with over 7,000 members in 55 countries. The Association celebrated its centenary in 2003. All the Arts are delighted to be accredited by the IDTA examination board.
We were thrilled to have been announced as finalists in the Netmums award for best local pre-school classes.
Our Little Stars sessions were highly commended by local parents as being fast-paced, fun and affordable.
We were delighted to reach the number 1 position on Free Index as most highly recommended drama school out of 216 theatre schools.
All the Arts is a Recognised School with the Council for Dance, Drama and Musical Theatre and has been awarded the Council's certificate of good professional practice. Schools awarded CDMT's Recognised School Award demonstrate to students, parents and guardians that they adhere to the standards demanded by the industry; standards designed to protect and safeguard young people whether dancing for leisure or with an eye to a career in the profession.
Most Loved Business Award – Rather than applying strict criteria and a long drawn-out judging process, the responsibility fell on the shoulders of the public. Locals could write reviews for any business that they feel provide a great service and go the extra mile. Open for two weeks and run by a national group called ‘The Best of UK’, a total of 50,000 votes were counted for organisations up and down the country. We were delighted to be announced as winners as voted for by the public.
We are proud to be members of the Society of Teachers of Speech & Drama.The STSD was established soon after the Second World War from the amalgamation of two much earlier Associations formed to protect the professional interests of qualified, specialist teachers of Speech and Drama, to encourage the highest standards of teaching and to promote the study and knowledge of Speech and Dramatic Art in every form.
Close links have been forged with the Drama Schools and Examination Boards and its publications are read world wide.
All the Arts were delighted to have been announced as winners of this prestigious award
at a gala dinner in the presence of the mayor of Bromley. The Award was presented to ATA by Bromley Council in
recognition of our theatre schools commitment to the community by keeping classes affordable for parents and providing
substantial performance opportunities for local youngsters.
Our talented young performers won several regional heats before becoming London Champions of this big dance event winning them the opportunity to dance at the National finals in Wales.
Imagine our excitement when All the Arts were invited to attend a special reception to celebrate business's who achieve outstanding work with children by Boris Johnson! This was a real honour.
ATA are proud to have won the regional finals of this extremely competitive competition no less than three years running going on to perform as national finalists at the o2 and raising over £4000 for the British Red Cross.
This year we were recognised this year for our 'Outstanding Commitment to the Community' in an extravagant virtual ceremony in the presence of many local Councillors and Sponsors including Ocado.
From a huge array of local business's, we were named as runner up, as a result of the services online that we offered during the pandemic to motivate and inspire our pupils and their families, most notably raising £4,700 for the NHS by organising a family danceathon and running daily workout sessions for children and teenagers.
We are so proud that we have been able to continue to train our pupils, offering them a high quality service online when classes cannot meet face to face. It is imperative that children and teenagers stay positive and motivated and can access creative arts and we are delighted to able to facilitate this with the support and help at home from our amazing ATA parents who have helped behind the scenes at home and actively continued to attend classes, whether held face to face or online. This award is dedicated to our wonderful pupils and their families. We cannot thank them all enough for continuing to prioritise ATA as a weekly highlight for their children.
We are thrilled to be winners of the prestigious YEAA Award 2019. ATA have been awarded recognition and first place in the following categories; Best Performing arts school,Commitment to the Arts, Best young Actor, Best young Actress, Best Young Dancer, Best Director and Best singer.
The Young Entertainers Academy Awards (YEAA) aims to not only highlight the achievements and hard work of young performers, but to also encourage and inspire more young people to get involved in performing, and to enable more young people to learn about the opportunities available to young performers in the entertainment industry.
So You Want To Dance is a fun and friendly dance and vocal competition that invites all styles of dance and song to compete in front of a panel of three industry professional judges. We were thrilled to win first prize and the trophy in the Musical Theatre category.
The Bromley Festival of Music & Drama hosts more than 1000 entries each year, proving it is a widely used platform for performing arts in Bromley. The Festival has been established since 1928 but is continuing to flourish and develop.
ATA are proud to have won the prestigious Vincent shield in group acting for the past two years and also the Sandford Cup for solo drama. Pupils are also Gold, Silver and Bronze medal winners in all age groups across the Verse and Prose performance genres.
College & University places gained by All The Arts students...
- Rose Bruford
- Urdang Academy
- Italia Conti
- Arts Educational
- East 15 Acting school
- Reynolds Performing Arts
- The Brit School
- Miskin Theatre
- London school of Musical theatre
- Cossons Academy of Performing Arts
- North West Kent
- D & B Performing Arts
- Oxford University
- Guildford School of Acting
- Canterbury University
- Goldsmiths College
- Barcelona Performing Arts Centre