Founded in 1987 by Mrs. Insaf Sirhan, the Al-Ahliah School of Arabic has been teaching Arabic to generations of children for over a decade.
Learning takes place in a very supportive environment which encourages all students to achieve their full potential.
It is also a great fun way of learning the language in an environment which emphasises group interaction, teamwork, and high achievement, and which has the additional social benefits of bringing the children together, enabling them to converse in Arabic together, as they would perhaps not be able to do in their full-time school.
We are confident that should you choose to enrol your child, you will very soon notice a vast improvement in his or her command of the Arabic language.We have recently added a small class for Adults. For further details, please contact us.
Our dedication to the school is reflected in the results which our pupils achieve.
The vast majority of our students go on to take GCSE Arabic, and since the school's inception, the lowest grade achieved by any of our students has been grade B.
Indeed, over 90% of our students have achieved grades A and A*.
Mrs. Insaf Sirhan, founder and head-teacher of the school, has been a teacher for over thirty years, and she continues to guide the curriculum and achievements of the school as a whole, in addition to teaching the GCSE and AS-level groups.Held on Saturdays from 10.00am till 12.45pm, at Wimbledon's Kings College School in London
, the aim of The Al-Ahliah School of Arabic is to strengthen and maintain the link between British Arabs (and non-Arab Muslims) and the Arabic language.
We also provide a free three-quarters of an hour lesson of Qu’ran each week, which takes place from 12.45pm to 1.30pm. Non-Muslims typically collect their children at 12.45pm when the Arabic class has been completed.
Classes are divided according to age groups, and we accommodate the various proficiency levels (in particular when a new student joins) through the use of groups within each class. As such, your child will not feel out of place in our school, regardless of his or her previous background in Arabic.
Please note that we can only accept children from the age of three and a half.
Saturdays from 10.00am till 12.45pm
( There is an optional free three-quarters of an hour lesson of Qu’ran each week, which takes place from 12.45pm to 1.30pm
The school is run on a term structure, according to the timetable of King's College School, the host school. Fee Structure:
First child: £450 per annum
Second child: £420 per annum
Third child: £390 per annum
If interested, check their website: http://al-ahliah.com/