argued, head teachers and other school managers as leaders are expected to make commitments to all their students, "Educating every child is not just about SATs or GCSEs or all of that standards written agenda that the government is so obsessed with, it's about turning them [out] as human beings and developing of the skills to enable them to go on learning through their lives and what it is to be a member of the community and so on and so on.'' for example. A school leader made this commitment. As such, this attitude for school mangers reflects a positive attitude toward inclusion and it is encouraging for school staff to meet their students needs which would lead to "here they treat me just like all the other pupils, but also provide the backup that I need to" (Thomas, Vaughan, 2004, p.180). A student with learning difficulties in mainstream school made this statement, as it is the main aim for inclusion to give the all the students equal opportunities for learning. As such, school managers are fundamental in determining the success of any mainstreaming school experience for a student with learning difficulties.