School is a major setting where children assume the role of being a student. A student's role means children are learners, players, and workers throughout the day while at school. Children are well aware that they are part of a group of students who share a common identity and role. Unfortunately, for some students, the role of being a learner has its challenges. Occupational therapists may support families or teachers with learning challenges and improve a child's ability to engage in the learner's role. Therapists assess all aspects of a child's personal and environmental components that may be interfering with the child's ability to perform well. Occupational therapists strive to implement interventions that respond to the school's requirements and help children fulfill their role as a student. Therapists typically work with children in the classroom because this natural context supports positive outcomes.