Learning Arabic is crucial for both cognitive development and the maintenance of cultural identity. Arabic is compulsory for Arab nationals, and Arabic as a foreign language is required for all non-Arab students. It is compulsory for all Muslim pupils to study Islamic studies.
Successful learning in these subjects, as any other, depends heavily on high quality teaching. Just as we enhance the curriculum in other subjects, we also ensure the learning of Arabic and Islamic Studies is inspiring and relevant to students. Our Arabic colleagues work hand-in-hand with English class teachers to ensure a consistent experience for children, and equally amazing progress.