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Philosophy and Innovation Programme - Level 1
This 36-week course runs alongside the curriculum of the school, we work with the school to compliment the school's curriculum. This program is only available if your child is in the top 10 percentile of students in Math, English and Science.

Subjects included are: ​Logic, Metacognition, Chess, Music, Poetry, Debate, Creative Design, Basic First Aid, Child Psychology and Mnemonics.

For more information on the course content click, download the course program here.  

Philosophy and Innovation - Level 2
After completing the Philosophy and Innovation Programme - Level 1 to an acceptable level, students will be eligible for the level 2 course, which adds new concepts and methods of acceleration. This program is only available if your child is still in the top 10 percentile of students in Math, English and Science and has completed the Philosophy and Innovation Programme - Level 1.

Subjects included are: Law,   Game Theory, Logic, Metacognition, Chess, Music, Poetry, Debate, Creative Design, Economics and Epistemology.

For more information on the course content click, download the course program here.

Prices are per term.

English Speaking
​A Programme of English speaking, pioneered by the great Richard Vaughan in Spain is also taught through Halls of Ivy for students aiming for top universities but are not native speakers. This course can run in conjunction with the Philosophy and Innovation - Level 1 course.

Contact us for a meeting to discuss the needs of your child.
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OUR CURRICULUM
  1. Benefits of Philosophy
    Philosophy benefits students in both exposure to important topics such as human rights, what is love? and how does money work? Furthermore, it increases intelligence in several ways: 1. Developments in cognitive ability. 2. Developments in critical reasoning skills and dialogue in the classroom. 3. Emotional and social development. Find out more here.
  2. Benefits of Innovation
    Giving students the opportunity to develop their innovation skills at a young age will allow students to develop new ideas quickly into the ever-changing world. Innovation is one of the key areas of Dubai's Ministry of Education
  3. Cheaper than a Private Tutor
    Finding a private tutor with the qualifications and experience for the same price is simply not possible. The range of skills and qualifications required to be a Halls of Ivy Lecturer takes years. Prices are per session and will save you money on getting music tuition, chess clubs and other extracurricular activities.
  4. Chess and Intelligence
    Chess has been closely linked to logic, patience, reasoning, planning and empathy development. Chess has shown to increase IQ with regular coaching. Watch this video for an explanation of how chess can help develop your child.
  5. Music and Intelligence
    Music increases intelligence even more than a new language! Not only do you need to read music at the correct speed (often faster than you read a book), but your muscles need to translate that information instantly.
  6. Metacognition and Acceleration
    Before attending university, most students, are not explicitly taught how to think about their own learning and accelerate the process of learning. We do. Watch the video below to find out how Ivy League schools think about it.