Arabic, Islamic Studies & Social Studies
Arabic Language Studies
Learning Arabic is crucial for both cognitive development and the maintenance of cultural identity. Our Arabic curriculum is concept and inquiry-based and is based on the UAE national curriculum. Arabic is compulsory for Arab nationals, and Arabic as a foreign language is required for students through to Grade 9, but our school provides it until Grade 10 if the students want to choose Arabic B lessons (optional).
It is compulsory for all Muslim students to study Islamic Studies. Our Islamic curriculum is concept and inquiry-based and is based on the UAE national curriculum. The NIS framework provides the highest possible standard of Islamic education, to develop independent, responsible citizens.