This chapter will explore what happens to learning and teaching communities when Shared Leadership is an embedded feature of the pedagogical landscape. Learning Stories will be used throughout the chapter to offer contextual examples of children’s, families’ and teachers’ perspectives, as they each contribute in ‘leaderful’ ways to grow learning opportunities in their community. It will consider the notion of leadership as a fluid concept that binds learners, ideas and learning environments together, as leadership passes from one to another. It explores the ways in which learning identities are strengthened as responsive leaders (i.e., children, families and teachers) engage together to craft vibrant, innovative settings designed for learners to stretch themselves to the edges of possibility, and then with flair, creativity and courage, to step beyond. The key message is how ‘leadership for all’ is nurtured when learning and teaching communities are focused on ‘learning for all’.