Approximately 60% of all joints in solid timber structures assembled with Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) are realised with screws. Although, the behaviour of axially loaded self-tapping single screws is already well known, only minor experiences are available regarding the behaviour of screwed wall joints. Furthermore, since seismic resistance of CLT structures depends to a great amount on the connections’ ability to dissipate energy, it is important to extend the knowledge on their behaviour more thoroughly. This paper gives a brief overview of the results obtained from experimental monotonic and cyclic tests that were carried out not only on screwed CLT single joints, but also on wall tests with screwed joints. Additionally, the question on modelling the behaviour of a screwed wall joint based on the behaviour of a single screw will be discussed within the present contribution as well. Aforementioned tests are part of an extensive ongoing study investigated at the Graz University of Technology, Institute of Timber Engineering and Wood Technology (TU Graz) and at the competence centre holz.bau forschungs gmbh (hbf).