The Ilsleys Primary School


Ofsted Registration Number :EY548236

Telephone Numbers

For Booking and Enquires  : 01635 247555  LINES OPEN MON - FRI 9.00AM -3.00PM

To speak to a Team Member AT the club during opening times: 07842 191963



Policies and procedures can be viewed here


Quackers After School Club can be found in the Hampsted Norreys Village Hall located next to Hampstead Norreys School.


Please come to the Halls main door and ring our buzzer.



We provide the school with a register of those attending to ensure your child reaches us safely. The School use their existing transport provider to drive the children to our Club at Hampsted Norreys where they will join children from Hampstead Norrey.

Should a child we are expecting not arrive after school we will inform the School who will enact THEIR missing child policy.

Please let us know if possible by 12.00 noon if your child will not be attending THAT day. Failure to do this MAY see a £5 charge added to cover time wasted looking for your child/children and may result in the withdrawal of our services to you. This is also important if your child is to attend another Club before coming to us and we have not been told of this on the Booking Form.

If coming to us later from ANY other Club you will need to liaise directly with them to ensure your child is brought to Quackers as WE DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY FOR A CHILD UNTIL THEY ARRIVE AT OUR CLUB.


Managed by Del with the help of Tida, both are Paediatric First Aiders.



Once all children have arrived and the register has been taken, we all go outside and play until 4.30PM. This allows children to get some fresh air and give them the opportunity for physical activity such as football, skipping, rounders etc.  We also have areas where the children can just sit and talk outside should they be tired after their day at School. During the warmer months we may also set up arts and craft activities outside.

We do ask that you send your child in with the appropriate clothing such as hat, coat, gloves and scarfs during the winter and a hat during the summer as we will always try and get outside unless it is not safe to do so or is heavily raining.

Around 4.30PM a High Tea is served where the children are encouraged to make their own choices as to what they eat whilst they sit in groups overseen by a Team Member, they are encouraged to prepare their own food in line with Ofsted best practice. Tea normally consists of a choice of 2 of the following foods being Rolls, Sandwiches, Wraps and Cracker Bread. For fillings there is always a choice of Ham, Chicken slices, Cheese, Marmite, Jam and Honey. With every tea 2 varieties of Vegetables and 2 varieties of Fruit are offered.

Water is available throughout the entire session and during tea a choice of Water and Sugar Free Squash is provided. WE DO NOT provide biscuits or cake during tea.

Please note that due to allergies of other children we CANNOT allow children to eat food brought in from outside the Club. Should you child have a certain food preference please inform us and we will do our best to accommodate them. We cater for all allergies and religious dietary requirements.

After Tea, the children will either have access to outside games or a choice of inside board games, arts and crafts, small world or space to sit quietly and read or do homework.


From 6th July 2022


Please contact us to discuss your requirements as spaces are limited. Contact details are on the top of this page.

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