The Croydon School for Arabic and Kurdish Studies (CSAKS) was established in September 1995 to meet the need of the Arabic community in Croydon and its surrounding areas. Its aim is to teach Arabic language and promote cultural related activities to children aged 5 to 16 years, covering educational levels from Beginners to Arabic GCSE (9-1).
As a community school, we are always seeking to progress and gain the highest possible level in teaching field and to provide the educational environment for our students, and promote respect, values and dignity of everyone.
Our students come from different ethnic groups covering a wide range of social and faith backgrounds.
The school has become a selective school and built a good reputation amongst our community.
Teaching Arabic language, Quran, cultural and art studies.
Promote self-confidence for children as they get to know their culture better.
The ability to communicate effectively in Arabic.