Special viewing for schools

Alexandra School near Kingston Gate (pictured) was the 20th school  to host an introduction, presentation and Q&A for our film, Richmond Park: National Nature Reserve.

There have been 18 primary and 2 secondary schools, so far, who have hosted similar events.

We've also held screenings in various clubs, institutions and even a film festival, reaching out to around 5,000 people aged 5 to 95! The plan is to spread David Attenborough's 'Tread Lightly' wildlife conservation and protection message to as many as possible leaving audiences with clear messages from the film as well as special Tread Lightly leaflets explaining how to tread lightly in the Park..

Children have been so taken with the messages in the film that they then go home home and tell their family and friends how to respect Richmond Park's wonderful wildlife.

If your school or local club is interested in a presentation and screening of the film, please email


Help spread the 'Tread Lightly' message