So how do we do it? After fifteen years leading it and nearly forty years doing it I think I know what needs to be done to reach this ambitious and challenging goal. And, surprise, surprise it's all about learning leadership, beautiful systems and intelligent accountability. We must constantly focus on learning; helping all our children and young people learn how to learn and we must champion assessment for learning and the cultural change programmes we know work. We must focus on developing learning and teaching strategies that engage and challenge every child and every student, creating an entitlement curriculum for a conceptual age and championing the teaching and learning programmes we know work. WE must also understand that the evidence suggests that master coaching, deliberate practice, structured feedback and sheer hard work are key elements in any child or learners success. We must develop learning networks, learning schools and learning communities where we share, network, champion and support the continuing professional development of all our colleagues. We must build strong and dynamic partnerships beyond the school with parents and carers and other stakeholders and partners and championing the efficacy and self-esteem programmes we know that work. We must also develop more intelligent accountability systems with a better balance between internal and external assessment and between formative and summative assessment, making OFSTED focus once again focus on the things that really matter... learning, learning, learning!