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  • Teaching Arabic Pre-GCSE, GCSE and IGCSE .


  • Teaching Modern Standard Arabic (MSA).


  • Teaching Arabic for understanding Quran and Sunnah.

  • Translating from Arabic to English and vice versa.


  • Interpreting from Arabic to English and vice versa.



Teaching is available through Skype, one to one or in small  groups in our centre.

All levels are available starting from the age of 6   including  beginners, intermediate, and advanced.


do we offer?

After being in the field of teaching Arabic as a foreign language for several years, I discovered that there are three main challenges that affect the learners in a negative way.

The first Challenge is the numbers of students especially in the younger age. To address this problem, we offer one to one teaching in our centre, or small groups of maximum five students. This also helps to deal with individual needs and weaknesses.

The second challenge is time. Lots of students who are interested in learning Arabic cannot find the time, especially in the winter, to go to Language centres. Accordingly, our centre provides the service of Skype learning in which you can choose the time-slot suitable for your life system. We work during weekdays and weekends, we work in the morning, the afternoon, and in the evening too. We also plan in the future to offer buying ready pre-recorded video courses with a life-time access Inshaa Allah.

The third challenge is teaching material. Lots of material used for teaching Arabic is either unprofessional or boring and not interesting enough especially to students of younger age. Therefore, all books used for teaching Arabic in our centre have been chosen carefully for high linguistic standard and being interesting and motivating. For example, Mastering Arabic 1 & 2, which was written by Jane Wightwick & Mahmoud Gaafar, have been chosen along with their Activity Books and Mastering Arabic Grammar, because they provide a complete interesting course that have several levels for learners. It is suitable for Pre-GCSE, and GCSE students. It can also be very interesting for students seeking to learn modern standard Arabic (MSA). Likewise, The Routledge Introduction to Qur’anic Arabic, written by Munther Younes, and Access to Qur’anic Arabic, written by AbdulWahid Hamid are chosen for students who seek to learn Arabic for a better understanding of Quran. On the other hand, Arabic Without Tears, which was written by Dr Imran Alawiye, was chosen for the younger learners for the interesting approach it uses to teach young students. In addition to this exciting book, lots of Arabic educational tools and games will be used to keep the young age interested and motivated. Enjoying learning Arabic is our optimum goal in Fayza Arabic language centre.


When you learn with Fayza, you will get the following:


  • Customized courses tailored especially for the needs and backgrounds of our students.

  • Free learning material.

  • Flexible time-slots.

  • Small groups of maximum five students.

  • Face to face one to one classes.

  • Skype teaching.

  •  Lots of fun and educational games.

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