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A Hungry Lions club is designed to teach children about the benefits of a balanced diet and how to make healthy food choices.


Through hands-on cooking experiences, children will learn how to create tasty and healthy meals that are packed with essential nutrients, be it courgette chocolate brownies or cheesy quinoa stuffed peppers!


Working from tailor made recipe cards (samples below) curated by our in house nutritionist and the guidance from our cooking instructors, children will gain the skills and knowledge they need to make healthy eating a lifelong habit.


These clubs are a fun and engaging way for kids to learn about nutrition and develop a healthy relationship with food as well as understanding how it connects with the body.

Three Bridges is the first school where we launched Hungry Lions and it has been consistently popular since Day 1, with long waiting lists every term. 

The children are a true example of why we created this club. Their willingness to learn, their curiosity and their creativity makes every club a joy to watch! 

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Roar Kids Academies' extracurricular sports clubs offer a unique and vital experience for children.


We provide expert coaching in an inclusive environment, fostering a lifelong love for physical activity. These clubs build teamwork, discipline, and confidence, setting the stage for a healthier life.

At Three Bridges we offer a range of clubs including

but not limited to: 




Street Dance 

Active Lunchtimes 

CLICK HERE to read what the Headmaster, Dr. Jeremy Hannay, has to say about us!


Roar Kids Academy's Saturday Football Club at Three Bridges Primary School offers dynamic football sessions every Saturday, year-round, from 9 am to 11 am. It follows a monthly commitment structure, ensuring flexibility for parents.


The club is led by highly experienced teachers with extensive backgrounds in football and sports, guaranteeing top-notch coaching.


With a strong commitment to inclusivity, the club welcomes boys and girls aged 4 to 12, regardless of their abilities or prior experience.


It's a fantastic opportunity for young athletes to develop their skills, make friends, and foster a lifelong love for the beautiful game.

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