The teaching staff involved in the project (nine teachers and the Headmistress) cover a wide range of subject matters: from Maths to Humanities (History and Philosophy), from foreign languages (English and French) to Law and Business Economics, according to the five different curricula offered by our school (Business and Administration; IT Systems; Tourism; Applied Science; Adult Education). Part of the key staff have been working for a long time in the field of teaching SEN students. The foreign language teachers involved have widely developed expertise in teaching languages for specific purposes and Italian as second language. Some of our key staff have also developed skills and competences at a University research level, working in the fields of SEN students, or dealing with theoretical and cultural issues such as multilingual and multicultural contexts and identity conflicts (migration, intercultural awareness, and multiculturalism).
Therefore, all of our involved staff is highly committed to inclusion. All the teachers involved in this project have a minimum B1 level of competence in English.