Istituto Comprensivo Falcone e Borsellino
The Istituto Comprensivo Statale “Giovanni Falcone e Paolo Borsellino” of Vignanello (VT) includes three different educational orders: Infant school, Primary school and Secondary school. The Institute is divided into nine sections located in the municipalities of Vignanello, Vallerano and Canepina, with headquarters at the secondary school in Vignanello.
The school, as a training institution, is open to families and to the territory and, through the tools of school autonomy, contributes to the training of man and the citizen of tomorrow, and to the promotion of skills that enable students to acquire a civil conscience. .
The educational action aims to achieve the following objectives:
– the formation of a thought based on solidarity and tolerance;
– the formation of a critical conscience;
– the development of the sense of belonging to the local community, in relation to the broader national and international citizenship;
-the understanding of the other and the relationship with a “me” different from me, for a civil, democratic and cooperative coexistence;
– implementation of the ability to manage a multiplicity of knowledge;
– self awareness and respect for the rules, the person and the environment.
These objectives are implemented through the following actions:
-creating effective meeting opportunities;
– prevention of juvenile discomfort;
-creating a constructive school / family dialogue;
-promotion of inclusive models for pupils with Special Educational Needs;
-powering the educational and cultural offer;
– raising of learning standards;
– teaching strategies aimed at strengthening self-esteem, stimulating creative expression, creating a sense of responsibility and promoting divergent thinking.
At the base of the ICS “Falcone e Borsellino” functioning are 5 strategic-organizational criteria:
-development of disciplinary and Citizenship and Constitution skills;
-promotion of the well-being of the students;
-development of the educating community;
– care of the organizational wellbeing of the Institute staff;
– attention to internal and external communication.
The institute has a total of 898 students enrolled in the nine complexes and a total of 126 between teaching and administrative staff.