Meet The Team

Mrs Jaggy Wolff – Manager

Jaggy joined The Ryleys School in April 2018 as the Deputy Manager of Busy Buddies, which was the predecessor to “The Club”.  Before joining the school, and prior to a short career break, Jaggy had worked for 13 years as a Senior Manager in the fast-paced IT industry, managing sales teams, having responsibility for multi-million pound sales targets, and overseeing key client accounts.

Jaggy has a BA (Hons) in Business Informatics from Manchester Metropolitan University, she is married, and has 2 sons, Oscar and Thomas, who both attend The Ryleys School.

The Club at The Ryleys School was established in September 2018, when a decision was made to bring the provision of before and after school care in-house, with the aim of providing a quality service to both parents and children.  Jaggy was appointed Manager at this time, and is proud to lead an enthusiastic, committed, and capable Team, whose focus is on the provision of high quality care, and creating a stimulating and rewarding environment, which enhances the school day.


Mr Tom Healey – Support Worker

Tom joined “The Club”, or Busy Buddies, as it was previously known in April 2018.  Before joining “The Club”, Tom had been working at the School as a Teaching Assistant in a voluntary capacity, working with KS1 children (Years One and Two), supporting them and their teachers in lessons, covering a number of subjects including English, Maths, and Topic Work.

Tom has a great deal of experience working with and supervising children, having worked at a number of different schools locally including Alderley Edge Primary School, Bollinbrook in Macclesfield, Ashdene Primary School in Wilmslow, and of course, The Ryleys School.

Tom has a BA Joint Hons in Film Studies and Contemporary Culture, an MA in Library and Information Management, and a CACHE Level 2 and Level 3 NVQ in Teaching and Learning Support in Schools.

Tom thoroughly enjoys working with children of all ages and is dedicated to ensuring that all children who attend “The Club” get the most out of it, be it academically, by completing home-work, or by unwinding, and relaxing after a busy day at school.


Mrs Kay Bowker – Support Worker

Kay joined “The Club” in September 2018. Prior to joining the team, Kay had worked in the IT Industry for more than 20 years, starting her career as an IT Trainer, and then working as an IT Systems Implementation Project Manager.

Kay earned her BA (Hons) in International Business from Manchester Metropolitan University, and continued to gain further qualifications including Prince2 Practitioner Level, and ECDL Professional Certification.

After 20 years in the IT industry, Kay decided that she would like a career change, and made a decision to get more involved with school life. Kay's son Beau attends The Ryleys School and she is keen to bring her creative flair to “The Club”, and deliver a range of fun and educational activities for the children.


Mrs Natalie Kay – Support Worker

Natalie joined us in October 2018. She has considerable experience working with both young adults and children in a range of caring environments. Natalie’s most recent position was working as a Special Needs Teaching Assistant, supporting the social, emotional and learning requirements of primary school children with severe physical and learning difficulties.

Natalie has a National BTEC in Health and Social Care, and is keen to refresh her professional development qualifications with The Ryleys School. Natalie’s daughter Alba also attends The Ryleys School.


Mrs Amanda Sahota – Support Worker

Amanda is our latest addition to the team, and joined us in July 2019. She is studying a degree in psychology, with the intention to proceed to a PHD in educational psychology.

Amanda’s children Oscar, Sebastian and Scarlett attend The Ryleys School, and she feels that working at the school not only allows her to gain valuable experience working with children, but also provide a positive contribution to The Ryleys School community.

All staff within “The Club” undertake regular training in safeguarding, first aid and food hygiene, and the provision of childcare fully complies with all regulatory requirements.