A major thread of the human-centred approach stresses the importance of the whole person. Although we started to elucidate this point in the previous chapter by widening the conception of learning, there is a lot more to say about the educational development of the whole person. We still need to address questions such as ‘what does it mean in educational terms for the whole person to develop?’ and ‘What are the implications of the whole-person approach for teaching and learning in secondary education?’