About our Curriculum

Our titles are written in the UK for the UK-based student and for those following the same specification/syllabus abroad, whether in British schools, international schools or otherwise.
Our books relieve them of the task of having to compile materials for the courses from numerous resources, many of which are written outside the UK for a different environment – something that students also struggle with, or find a little alien, especially when they later compare such materials with our books. This encourages us to strive to offer students what they need to get fully prepared for the examinations on the one hand, and to have good command of the Arabic language on the other hand.

The students are introduced to the reference of the Holy Quran and the practice of Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him (Sunnah).

Language is a vital tool to communicate thoughts and ideas, and build cultural ties. The Arabic programme of study endeavours to create a genuine appreciation of the language to access and understand the culture of some 23 arabic countries of the world. The school aims to develop an awareness of the importance of Arabic, and to prepare students to become confident users of this beautiful language. 
The objective of our course is that to help students to be able to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the target of Arabic language; its grammar and vocabulary across the given topic areas as well as to be able to demonstrate an awareness of its culture.
 Lessons are conducted as much as possible in the target language and each of the four language learning skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing are tested separately at the end of the course.

Syllabus Structure & Contents:

No prior knowledge of Arabic language is required as students are given an initial assessment on their registration day and grouped in different classes according to ability and age. Native and Non- Native Speakers of the language are mixed and all students follow the same course of study; however, the Non-native Speakers are given extra support such as providing English translation of instructions and homework. 
Students are not obliged to sit the GCSE or any other mainstream qualifications at the advanced classes; but if they wish to obtain any qualifications they are supported by offering a special class that follows the Edexcel specification. In which case students register at their school Exam centre or a centre of their choice and we provide them the contents throughout the course.

Syllabus Structure for GCSE:

Edexcel specification covers the following topic areas: Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing. 

Our Curriculum based on each level:

Different textbooks are used along with a variety of secondary resources as following:
Foundation ( Book1, Book2 )
Primary ( Book1, Book2 )
Pre- GCSE ( Book1, Book2, Book3, Book4 )
GCSE ( Book1, Book2 )
A LEVEL ( Book1, Book2 , Book3 )
Adult Courses ( Book1, Book2 )