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GCSE Arabic Teacher

GCSE Arabic Teacher Online all over the UK and Dubai, Qatar or wherever you are studying.

GCSE Arabic Teacher

For all your GCSE Arabic Tuition needs. For almost 10 years we have taken students from beginners Arabic level to Exam level and beyond. We offer online Arabic tuition in GCSE as well as for home and schools. We have taught GCSE Arabic in community schools as well as private and state secondary schools. Students typically last anywhere between 6 months and 18 months and some for 24 months. We are not new to this and are aware of the new GCSE Arabic syllabus. All will become clearer as you develop through the course of GCSE Arabic lessons with your GCSE Arabic teacher.

This is just some of what we offer:

  • Marking of Mock Papers.
  • Offer Preparation Lessons Prior to Exam.
  • Teach GCSE Arabic Online via Skype during School hours, after school and outside of School at home.
  • We visit schools between mid-March and mid-April for the Edexcel Arabic speaking paper.
  • Run Pre-GCSE Courses
  • We can tell you how ready your student is and their predicted grade.

Contact us for more information on how to get these online lessons in GCSE Arabic.

GCSE Arabic teacher available for Online Skype lessons. Offering a range of lessons in Arabic such as Medina Arabic, Gateway to Arabic, Mastering Arabic, Al Arabeya Bayna Yadayk, Your Arabic Friend, Al Kitaab fi Ta’lum Al Arabiya, Al Kitaab Al Assaasy and more of your choosing with an online Arabic teacher.


Course: GCSE Modern Arabic

Level: 2

Code: AOL-04

Location: Online via Skype, your home or other venues.

Start: Flexible throughout the year.

Registration: FREE.

Times: Daytime or Evenings.

Duration: Starting from 12 weeks. Most take it over 52 weeks and a few students do 2 years.

Suitability: Anyone with a good few years background in Arabic.


GCSE Arabic Tuition Online – Skype

The busy GCSE Arabic season is now over for another year so we shall be taking applications for GCSE Arabic tuition at home or online.

We cover all areas of the UK online and may be able to get a tutor to visit you, depending on your location.

Some reasons to learn Arabic

Arabic is the fourth/fifth most spoken language in the world. There are many countries that speak Arabic as a first language. One of the first things that a person does when he or she becomes a Muslim is to learn some basic Arabic words and chapters of the Quran. Arabic is also the language of many Christians in the Middle East who are very proud of their language.

Why would anyone learn Arabic?

  1. It is a scientific language.
  2. It is a spiritual language.
  3. It is one of the top languages to learn in political and economic circles.
  4. Its letters are clear, unlike many other languages where various letters can have different sounds and pronunciations.
  5. It is a language whose learners increase every time someone becomes Muslim…and we all know how many people are becoming Muslims, despite the negative media stereotypes and shocking stories.
  6. It is a language not just of Arabs or for Arabs, as the Arabic language has been made international…it is now open for anyone to learn.
  7. There are obviously many jobs a person can get if they can speak Arabic such as within Journalism, travel companies, NGO’s, charitable organisations and aid agencies, translation and interpretation, teaching, spy agencies and secret services, financial institutes working and meeting with those rich Arabs etc etc etc.
  8. For social reasons…maybe you have a Muslim friend or know someone who is Arab or speaks Arabic.
  9. It is a language that has been around for some 2000 years. It has classical, modern and colloquial versions of it.
  10. And last but not least it is the language of one of the most popular and widely read books ever. The language of a book that is controversial but attracts so many people of all backgrounds and cultures. It is the language of the Holy Quran.


There are many Arabic words used in other languages like English, you may even speak words of Arabic origin without even realising.

The busy GCSE Arabic season is now