Arabic is the 5th most spoken native language in the world with well over 375 million speakers. The Arab region with its rapidly growing population provides a huge market for goods and services offering a variety of job options including journalism, business, education, finance, education, travel, and intelligence.
Arabic is available to study beyond IGCSE and at many universities around the world.
The majority of Arab students will follow an Arabic first language IGCSE course alongside the MOE course. Upon successful completion of the examination in Y11, 12 or 13 students will receive IGCSE grade 9 to 3.
Some Non- Arab students will follow an Arabic Foreign Language IGCSE course alongside the MOE course. On successful completion of the course in Y11, 12 or 13 they will be awarded IGCSE grade 9 to 3.
There are painters who transform the sun into a yellow spot, but there are others who,thanks to their art and intelligence, transform a yellow spot into the sun.
Cambridge IGCSE (9–1) First Language Arabic offers candidates the opportunity to respond knowledgeably to a rich
array of reading passages. Candidates will use some of these passages to inform and inspire their own writing, and
write in a range of text types for different audiences.
The passages cover a range of genres and types, including fiction and non-fiction, and may also include other forms of writing, such as essays, reviews and articles.
Candidates are encouraged to become appreciative and critical readers and writers in Arabic
The KS4 Arabic Curriculum:
The KS5 Arabic Curriculum: