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Sila’s Summer Program

It consists of several focused educational and recreational activities aimed at fostering the child’s attachment to his mother tongue. It enhances his self-esteem in exciting and amusing ways through effective Arabic communication, allocating time to his benefit.

The Summer Program includes:

  • Arabic reading and writing skills.
  • Educational games.
  • Sensorimotor activities.
  • Artistic craftsmanship.
  • Mental activities.
  • Online assessment session to determine the level of the learner.
  • The educational program is distributed over two days a week (each session is an hour and a half), taking into account the timing of each country.
  • The number of each group does not exceed 6 learners.
  • The duration of the program is two months

The Program stars on July 1st and ends on August 31 

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Silah’s Winter Program

Silah Center provides a comprehensive educational curriculum in which students are eager to participate.

This program is divided into several levels based on the age and academic level of the learner.

The program’s objectives are as follows:

  • Encouraging the child’s attachment to his homeland and mother language 
  • Developing the children’s abilities and specific capabilities to communicate in Arabic language 
  • Assisting the students to enrich their Arabic language repertoire 
  • Improving and enhancing each student’s skills based on his abilities 
  • Training the student to read and write the Arabic language correctly

This program starts from October 1st until May 31 

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The Special program

Silah offers private individual teaching courses that are tailored to the student’s timing and needs.

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Academic Consultation Service

Silah has a dedicated section for academic consultation on learning, behavioral, and other obstacles that students may encounter.

Meetings are held regularly to make particular recommendations and suggestions.

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