Learning intervention in homes and communities occurs in a range of settings as well as in different sized groups – large group, small group and pairs – as appropriate. There are also opportunities for members of small groups to learn from and with each other, such as when families go on holidays, or participate in activities with a social, cultural, sporting and environmental focus. For example, families teach music to their children through individual tuition, small group and family music-making sessions, formal orchestral, choral or chamber music groups, as well as using individual practice sessions. Similarly, a key aspect of learning intervention practice is the strategic and careful use of different groupings and contexts for learning, and we see these as layers of intervention. The conceptualisation of layers of learning intervention presented in this chapter derives from the Response to Intervention model that is used in many schools, but we emphasise the dynamic contribution of different types of learning opportunities to the main game of classroom learning.