I had the pleasure of giving a lecture to trainee teachers at the University of Roehampton last week. I called it 'The Curious Teacher' because I wanted to emphasise both the potential to find strategies if you identify the need (via being curious) and also how being a little curious yourself can often enable students with differences to flourish. Let me know what you think. I would like to thank Jo Nugent, Senior Lecturer in Professional Studies at Roehampton for inviting me to talk and the trainee teachers who were great listeners and contributors in discussion. For this talk, I also had some fascinating conversations with some Twitter colleagues, Rachel Rossiter, SENCO of a middle school, Nancy Gedge, author of 'The Inclusive Primary School' and Jarlath O'Brien, Headteacher of a special school and author of 'Don't Send Him in Tomorrow'.