The schools strong links with St Peter's Church and its Christian ethos mean children are encouraged to learn amidst a warm and friendly atmosphere, t
In Particular the school is committed to developing the Christian values of
The school's Christian heritage allows Rawdon St Peter's School to welcome those of other faiths and none and and to offer confident multicultural approach to learning. Pupils are taught the importance of diversity in the community and celebrate many aspects of other religions, faiths and cultures.
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To Mark the season of remembrance in 2018 we will have a poppy cascade from the Church Tower. Later this page will have details of how and when you can see the cascade will be erected .
IN the meantime we need as many people as possible to make poppies
Here you will find some patterns to knit and crochet poppies for our poppy cascade .
If you would prefer to make tissue paper poppies you can get instructions for making some beautiful poppies from WickiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Make-
Petals (make 4)
Using A, cast on 7 sts.
1st row (RS) K.
2nd row Kfb, k to last 2 sts, kfb, k1. 9 sts.
3rd row As 2nd row. 11 sts.
4th row As 2nd row. 13 sts.
5th–8th rows K.
9th row Ssk twice, k to last 4 sts, k2tog twice. 9 sts.
10th–12th rows K.
13th row As 9th row. 5 sts.
14th–16th rows K.
17th row K1, sk2po, k1. 3 sts.
18th row K. Bind off.
Using B, cast on 16 sts. Bind off.
Sew petals together in pairs, then position one pair over the other in a cross formation and secure. Coil center into a tight spiral and sew base to the center. Using C, work a ring of straight stitches radiating from the flower center, then work French knots around the outer edge of the stitched ring. Maintain the petals in a cup shape with a small stitch behind pairs of petals.
Stitch Explanation: Sk2po - Slip 2 stitches as if to knit together, knit 1, pass slipped stitches over
More details of their programme will be published later. Their music is accessible and not too “high brow”.
The programme may also include items by a group of local hand-bell ringers, by St Peter’s Church Choir and maybe one or two other local musicians
Tickets re £8 and £4 for under 16s - available from the Parish Office or as advertised.
Proceeds to Christian Aid and St Peter’s Church, well as a contribution to Village Voices to help them buy more sheet music to help expand their repertoire. Nibbles and wine will be served during the interval
Companion animals welcomed into the church for a Blessing within the Service
Please ensure the safety and control of your animals
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BSL interpreter attending