Our goal is to give our students a great experience when it comes to learning Arabic and we incorporate modern and traditional ways of teaching the language. Our Arabic and Islamic department come with years of experience amongst them and they strive to create the best learning journey when it comes to learning about Islamic Studies and Arabic as a language.
All our students have exposure to Arabic every week and the classes are divided into Arabic A for Arabs and Arabic B for the non-Arabs. As we have over 30 nationalities at our school we also base the curriculum according to abilities of our students across both areas. The children use Arabic in their classes, in assemblies, at home when conversing with their friends.
Muslim students learn about Islamic concepts and expand their knowledge in addition to other skills. Islamic studies are taught in Arabic for the Arabic speakers and in English for the non- Arabic speakers.