All students deserve one year's progress for one year's work, no matter where they start (Hattie, 2015, p.3). One in five will start school behind in learning in Australia this year and the major cause of this is their socioeconomic background (Cairney, 2016 as cited in Joyner, 2016). Often times when we think of personalised learning we think only of this group of students who are below average. However, this is not the only gap in Australian schooling (Hattie, 2015a). This article will explore the position that personalised learning is for all students. Further the article will pose that to have true personalised learning for all students, parents' input needs to be valued and facilitated.