In this chapter Christine Gilbert, who was the head teacher, and Michael Hart, the head of learning support, describe the changes that took place at Whitmore High School as staff rethought the way curricula might be made responsive to the diversity of pupils at the school. A unified support system was devised from the resource available for supporting English as a Second Language teaching, pupils defined by the local authority as delicate, pupils with physical disabilities and pupils who experienced difficulties in learning. A switch from withdrawal teaching to in-class support led on to approaches to teaching which fostered curriculum development to responses from subject departments to find teaching approaches which recognised and responded to pupil differences in mixed groups.