Our Methodology

Arabic Language

Arabic language is considered as the official language for the United Nations, the African Union and many other similar groups.  Studying Arabic will help interact and understand a large community of the world. There are more than 400 million Arabic speakers throughout the Middle East.

The Arabic language has a rich history, and most of its products and creations were converted to other languages. Such products were Algebra that was invented by al-Khwarizimi in medieval times. Lemon, coffee and cotton are Arab products that became part of the world’s daily lives. Throughout the years the Arabic culture has influenced numerous countries such Turkey, Spain, Persians, English, and Many more throughout the globe.


Our Methodology

Arabic is considered as an ancient language in history that influences more than 30 countries around the globe. Our system is based on helping our clients learn Arabic language through different styles of teaching such as group work, listening activities, writing activities, creative thinking, and general topic conversations.

We believe that learning languages is challenging that is why we provide a suitable environment that will stimulate the student to help develop listening, observatory, speaking and writing skills for life.

The classroom environment is an important aspect to children that is why our professional team works hard to make children feel at home through different activities. Moreover, a Montessori team will observe children and try to understand their behaviours and cultures in order to create a friendly environment and help them interact amongst each other. Our classrooms are composed of mixed aged student; this will give them an opportunity to learn from one another in order to enhance their knowledge and encourage their creative thinking.

Frequently Questions and Answers

  1. Are all teachers qualified to teach Arabic?

    We have a professional qualified team who have the experience to teach different ages

  2. What kind of Arabic language students learn?

    The students are taught the classical Arabic (fosoha)

  3. Do the employees undergo a DBS check up before starting work?

    The employees have all done the DBS check before starting at our school.

  4. Does the school follow any specific religion?

    The school accepts students from different backgrounds.

  5. Does the school accept non-Arabic speaker?

    Yes, the school has a professional team who provide suitable curriculum for non-Arabic students.

  6. Is studying Arabic suitable for all ages?

    In our school we make sure that each student have an enjoyable learning experience. Our curriculum has various fun learning subjects such as: crafts, singing, stories, watching movies, and many more)

  7. Does the school provide student with other daily activities?

    The school provides student with a football playground and indoor sport hall, which they can enjoy during their break time.

  8. Do students have certificates at the end of the year?

    The students will have a graduation ceremony at the end of the year with attendance certificate.

  9. Do students have lunch during the day?

    Yes students have two breaks during the day: snack time and lunch break which parents.

  10. Do I have to provide any equipment for my child?

    The school regularly provide all equipment’s. Parents only have to provide a notebook and pencil or pen.

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