Preferred Partners

Mary-Ann Morton -

Speech and Language Therapist

Choosing an independent therapist can be quite daunting. So a bit about me, I am a Specialist Speech and Language therapist with over 10 years experience, working in both the NHS and as an independent therapist.


I am happy to see pre-school, primary and secondary school children as well as young adults who have delayed of disordered speech and language, ASD, Asperges Syndrome, learning difficulties and physical disabilities affecting communication. I am trained in Nero-Development Therapy and Paediatric Dysphasia. Home or school visits can be arranged.


Please feel free to call or send an email so we can discuss any concerns you may have. 

Helen Rayner - Photographer

 I love my work as a photographer, specialising in families and children in South Bucks.  One of my favourite things that I do is work with the local nurseries. Each time I go back in the children remember me and I get to see how much they have grown and progressed in that time.  My main aim is obviously to capture their little personalities as well as their sparkly eyes! But we always end up having a giggle too which really helps them to relax and enjoy the experience.


I have been privileged to be able to call this my job for since 2010 and have met so many lovely families along the way. I am now an award winning,  qualified member of the Guild of Photographers and having been recognised, it has meant that my confidence has grown along with my expertise. 

MAPAC - School Uniform

Established in 1955, Mapac is a friendly, family run organisation. Famous as the inventors of the School Bookbag, Mapac has supplied over 20,000 schools all over the world. Mapac has moved on from being only a Bookbag supplier and today work with every major brand of school wear and can supply anything from basic to bespoke. Mapac is not the biggest supplier of uniform in the UK but if our customers are to be believed, we are definitely the best.


Take a look at MAPAC's website to order more uniform.