The cornerstone for the Arabic Language are Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening.
The Ministry of Education has designed two different Arabic programmes to cater to both native Arabic speakers and non-native pupils.
The curriculum develops a range of essential skills in reading, writing and oral language. This includes a solid foundation of spelling and grammar, an appreciation of literature and the ability to respond to it, and skills in using oral language effectively and accurately. Pupils will also learn to use critical and analytical skills, and will develop skills in using technology to embed and share information.
Repton pupils are encouraged to use Arabic effectively for purposes of practical communication and to integrate linguistic, cultural, and social components. They also use a variety of texts to encourage awareness of perspective in other cultures and to foster curiosity, interest and enjoyment in language learning.