Embedded real learning happens when the learning makes sense not because it is a special event , although we do have some of those, but because it is a natural organised part of the work we do in school. Children are doing authentic learning, with actual problems, with genuine audiences, and dealing with the real world. They work with visitors to school who immerse them in a new subject; they ask visitors to school all about their jobs and what made them choose them; they sing for the old people in local care homes; they present to headteachers and teachers from other schools about their learning; they run their own clubs, their own fundraisers; they take assemblies, serve on committees, lead their own learning and that of others. They create their own opportunities for learning through the questions that they want answered and independent activities; they learn by doing as well as listening, through their own discovery as well as guided discovery. They have learning without walls where they go out into the community and the wider world in real life or through the technological media.