Are you a male or a female Arabic tutor? Do you have free time in the daytime or evenings? Do you have a Skype account? Would you like to help people learn Arabic? If you or anyone you know could take on a student/s for
Mini Arabic lessons that prepare you for GCSE Arabic. Key vocabulary lessons and essential lists that every learner of Arabic needs. Basic KS3 exercises to strengthen your Arabic skills. Regular contact with a tutor online, mobile and email availability. Study at your own pace without
Thinking of starting home school for your Muslim children? Are you a non Muslim home schooler who wants to learn Arabic? Or are you already home schooling and just need a Quran tutor? We help with developing Quran reading, Tajweed skills and Memorisation of Quran.
FAO – School Teaching & Administrative Staff
Re: Visiting Examiner for GCSE Arabic Speaking Test
Audio Recording Equipment
The Examiner is familiar with various recording devices and software but may need the support of the school’s technician or a teacher in cases where the device is not familiar to the Examiner. Please note that the Examiner does not provide recording devices, CDs or storage keys.
Mark Record Sheet
A copy of the Mark Record Sheet is usually provided by Edexcel to the School and can be found within the Administrative Support Guide, via Edexcel’s website. The Examiner will usually have a spare copy of the Mark Record Sheet.
The Speaking Test
The GCSE Arabic Speaking Test is a one-to-one interaction between the Examiner and the Candidate. The overall time, per candidate, should not last more than 20-30 minutes. This time includes any preparation and settling in by the candidate, the test itself and making sure the test has been recorded.
Occasionally there maybe some delays due to Candidate going missing, issues with the recording device etc. In such instances an allowance of 15 minutes will be made to the original 30 minute maximum time, totalling 45 minutes altogether.
Invoice & Fees
- A fee is chargeable for any delays beyond the 45 minute maximum period.
- To minimise any delays, regarding payment, please provide an email for the Finance Officer. Alternatively a copy of the invoice will normally be emailed to the school.
- The base fee includes travel expenses but for longer distances and parking charges these will often be listed separately. The base fee is stated in the initial correspondence. We hope that the above information helps to clarify our position and any matters which may have been unclear. Please do not hesitate to contact us for any further clarification.
Thank you for your co-operation in advance.
Arabic Daily Support
Dear all, please bear with us during this period whilst we currently undergo relocation to better premises. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
100% Genuine Client Feedback!
GCSE Arabic Results 2014-2015
Alhamdulillah Shahaadah got an A* – 100% in reading, listening and writing (didn’t expect that in the latter) and 70/80 for the spoken (A) – which surprised me…
Umm Shahaadah, London, August 2015 (Parent of student)
Maha got an A*. Thank you
Maha, Queensgate School, SW7, August 2015 (student)
Alhamdulilah I got an A*…I’m proud of it. Thank you so much for your help.
Maryam, NMBEC, Croydon, August 2015
I got an A thanks ☺
Abdullah, London, August 2015 (student)
Jad got an A overall, THANK U.
London, August 2015
Salam Noon got the following results, A overall
Arabic 1 A star 70
Arabic 2 A star 72
Arabic 3 A 60
Arabic 4 67
Um Muhamed, London, August 2015 (parent).
Just to let you know that Sumayyah achieved an A in her Arabic gcse, jazakallakhair for your support throughout the year, I will definitely be recommending your services to other parents inshaallah.
East London, August 2015 (parent)
Asalamu alaikum… My results came in the post this morning and Alhamdulillah I got an A!! jazakullah for all your help and support and Alhamdulillah it paid off …so thank you for keeping me doing hw and past papers and teaching me .. Alhamdulillah I got an A for all four sections (I was very shocked that I did) specifically, for Arabic 1 I got 58,
2 I got 70,
3 I got 60 and
4 I got 67… Please could you tell me which number is which exam because I’m really confused!! Jazakullah anyway for teaching me and alhamdullilah I didn’t get a B which I was dreading … Wasalamualaikum.
S. D. G, London, August 2015 (student)
Alhamdulilah I got a B overall in Arabic, I’m happy with that alhamdulilah... thank you for helping me. May Allah bless you.
Fatima, Harris Academy Upper Norwwod, August 2015 (student)
Ammar has done well in Arabic. A grade B was achieved which is more than we expected with the trouble he had in his written exam as he had forgotten his dictionary at home. I am grateful to all his teachers dedication and effort that he came with such a good result. He is only 3% away from an A grade. So we are really pleased. A very big thank you to you.
T. Walji, August 2015 (parent)
Thank you for helping me I got a C.
Ahsan, St Marys, August 2015 (student)
Also see last years results for 2014
Essential Arabic Tuition Preparation Tips
These tips are for online tuition as well as home tuition.
1. Please have a pen, or pens, ready for use.
2. Please have an exercise book to write your notes, tips and homework in.
3. Please have your text book ready (the main book that you are having lessons from).
If you have all of the above then you are prepared for your lesson, if not then it can give the impression that you are not ready or willing to learn.
Our advice is to have these items ready before your tutor arrives or before the lesson begins so as to cut down on time wasted looking for a pen or books etc. Also please do not use any scrap sheets of paper, unless it is part of a file of work. These sheets of paper may get lost, if they are not kept organised. Also if they are not kept organised and easy to reference then it can reflect the importance that you give to your studies. Better to keep it all in an exercise book.
Arabic is not just for a GCSE or a language on the CV…it’s for much more!
We hope you continue to pursue Arabic studies as a lifelong interest and benefit from the knowledge that has sprung from the Arabic fountains.