Arabic Centre

Arabic Centre


Our Arabic Curriculum covers the four main linguistic skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening. A well balanced and structured curriculum allows children to make progress and systematically work through the different levels in each book. Our curriculum incorporates vocabulary that is commonly used in the Quran and hadith, as well as modern Arabic used for everyday speech. Week by week, the lessons gradually advance teaching the student each principle. The syllabus includes Arabic grammar (Syntax) and Nahw and combines application with practical training based on theoretical rule.

A variety of different methods are used to make sure that the lesson is engaging and at the same time exciting, keeping the students attention and interest. Stories, songs, conversations and games and regularly given thought provoking homework will further entice learning. The Syllabus also has a sound mixture of fun based learning activities including drawing, colouring and puzzles.

Love for the Arabic Language (Syllabus) - children 5 to 14 years old

For this age group, the curriculum provides the student with educational materials that will help him to utilize formal Arabic from the start and will create the opportunity for him/her to use what has been learnt in real conversations.

The series is directed towards non-Arabic speaking children ages 5-14 years. It consists of 6 levels; each level includes three books:

  • Student’s Book.
  • Student’s Workbook.
  • Teacher’s Book.

Arabic between your hands (Syllabus) - 14+

Arabic between your hands is an outstanding syllabus, specially formulated to teach non-Arab students. It prepares children from a basic level and ends when students have nearly mastered the language, to an extent that enables them to continue their studies in higher Arabic studies. The series has a modern approach, using the latest methods from the science of linguistics as the foundation of the curriculum.

Characteristics of the series
Systematic organization of the structure of the units
Sound and phonetic features have been treated in a variety of ways, some of which are totally new. The structure of the book suits the intended level.
  • Each textbook comes with an audio CD.
  • The series focuses on and address both genders (male and female)
  • Concern of the Arabic alphabet sound system with both distinctions (recognition) and production levels

A variety of texts are selected: dialogue, topics, stories etc…
The functional aspect was utilized when presenting grammar structures
A focus on oral skills in the basic level
The unit system has been used in the presentation of materials
The number of words and grammar structures in each unit are highly controlled
New words are presented in full context
Word glossary and expressions are listed in the index of each book
Attention has been made to the word lists that are common in the Arab world
Benefit has been taken from common grammar structures lists
Cultural concepts have been presented in interesting ways
Illustration has been used overwhelmingly especially in the first book 1

GCSE Arabic

The GCSE Arabic course is taught according to the EDEXCEL syllabus.
The Edexcel GCSE in Arabic consists of four units based on the following skills: speaking, listening, reading and writing.

We will cover how to read, understand and reply in various scenarios and situations. This is a comprehensive study of the Arabic Language and will contain plenty of exam preparation and study to enable your child to achieve A to A* levels in their exams In sha Allah