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 

 

 

 

4 days ago

A contentious point! What do you think? 😋

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5 days ago

Ramy Malek and his childhood salami with feta cheese and olive sandwiches (yum!) What other traditional (and delicious!) foods do you impose on your kids? 😋

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