Welcome! We are a social venture providing Arabic language classes for children in Cambridge, UK, as well as training for those wishing to set up their own classes.


We are hiring!


We are currently looking for teachers to run two classes on Sunday mornings:


Stage 1 our parent and child group for ages 0-3 at 10.15-11am 


Stage 2  for 6-11 year olds on Sundays mornings 


For further details please visit our recruitment page and contact us at hello@kalamna.org 




1 day ago

Could not have asked for a more enthusiastic and hard working group of attendees at our first ever masterclass yesterday! More masterclasses in the works so take a look at what we got up to and watch ... See more

5 days ago

Our Arabic Class Masterclass will be held at the gorgeous Pembroke College THIS Saturday! Last few places remaining: ... See more

اسمي ليس لاجئا يحكي عن رحلة لجوء ام وابنها
مراجعة جديدة من #حادي_بادي

Honoured to be teaching Arabic tasters for school children @BritishCouncil @QFIntl in #London today!

When naming his son, @Byoussef faced a common dilemma: choosing a name to reflect his #Arabic heritage without disadvantaging him in the US. As his son grows he will undoubtedly want to pass on his #Arabic language and culture too - at which point look us up! 🙂 @MarsmUk

Who will join us in taking the lead in modernising #Arabic language teaching? This Saturday, 22 June, Cambridge UK https://t.co/t1QJnI387R @KalamnaArabic

Absolute last chance to book onto our #Arabic Class Masterclass at the gorgeous @pembroke1347 in Cambridge UK this Saturday! https://t.co/JxMQ5gJI9g

Such an important point that can only be addressed by raising the standard of Arabic language teaching and curricula - which is why we've developed our own materials and resources to use in our classes and 🙏🏼 our kids love #Arabic ❤️

أمريكية صعيدية@AmericanSaeedi

يااا امّ الدنيا ... 😭 💔


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