This new book by the founder of the Achievement for All charity, Sonia Blandford and researcher Catherine Knowles, is a practical guide to the implementation and development of the Achievement for All programme in your school. It includes case studies exemplifying successes from the two year pilot and the national roll out of the programme, and tips for not only setting it up in your school but also sustaining it. The Achievement for All programme is an evidence based whole-school strategy for raising the aspirations, access to learning and achievement of the most disadvantaged learners in any school setting, including those with special educational needs and disabilities, those in receipt of Free School Meals, Looked After Children and other vulnerable groups. The programme closely monitors the children's progress and provides support to prevent them from falling behind. Engaging parents through structured conversations is one of the key areas of focus; this integrated approach to raising aspirations, access and achievement allows for a strong common sense method when dealing with learning barriers such as bullying or poor social skills. This book is a must read for any school leader keen to ensure all of the vulnerable children and young people in their care develop the skills, interests and capabilities they need to become life long learners.