Catering for the learning needs of all the children in the class can pose a challenge to teachers. Just as there will be pupils who require extra support, there are those who are more able and need to be stretched in their lessons. It's up to you to define who your 'most able' pupils are. In this blog post, we offer guidance on how to identify these pupils, including the common characteristics of more able learners. We also offer examples of strategies from two primary schools.