Have a question about LEANS? Here’s what you should know
LEANS may look like a big project, but our project team is very small. We have limited resources to provide support to individual LEANS users.
As far as possible, we have tried to anticipate people’s questions, and answer them in the resource pack itself. Please begin by consulting these resources. If you have downloaded LEANS, the Teacher Handbook has detailed guidance on many aspects of planning and delivery. Our website may also have the answer! Have you seen the resource overview page, and our FAQs?
Please be aware that we are not able to provide personalised support to schools/individuals as part of the free resource release. For example, we’re not able to give further help with…
School-specific advice about whether or not to adopt LEANS, or whether it might benefit/pose a risk to a specific individual. Please use the Introduction section of the Teacher Handbook to help you with these decisions.
Questions about whether or not LEANS is suitable in your cultural context, if you are outside of the UK or Ireland.
Queries about how to access diagnoses or services. Please see the lists of relevant organisations provided on our more resources page.
For other LEANS queries, please see the table of contact information below.
Contacting the LEANS project
For all queries and contact people, please help us to help you by including a clear e-mail subject line, like “Download link problem”, “Question about activity 5.5” or “Speaking invitation for [date]”. It really helps!
Issues related to the LEANS resource pack, or to the resource website.
Sharing feedback about your experience using LEANS.
Enquiries about translating or adapting the LEANS resources for other countries/cultures.
When contacting, please clearly specify that this is a LEANS enquiry
|Enquiries about training or speaking engagements||
Dr Alyssa Alcorn
|Research or industry collaborations, funding proposals||
Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson
Please be aware that we’re receiving a high volume of queries around the LEANS launch period and anticipate this will continue throughout summer 2022. We may not be able to reply immediately.
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer internships, work placements, or student research experience at this time.
The LEANS mailing list
This list is our main way for sharing project news, such as events, updates/new resource items, publications, and participation opportunities. The mailing list always gets the news first, and we only send out updates when there is news to share!