Corrie Ten Boom

During lockdown, Year 7 learnt about the life and legacy of Corrie Ten Boom as part of the Religious Studies topic The Kingdom of God. Corrie lived during WWII and put her Christian faith into action by helping countless numbers of Jews. Corrie and her family paid the price for such a risk and were arrested.

Corrie and her sister, Betsie, continued to live out their faith in Ravensbruck concentration camp but amazingly, through a clerical error, Corrie was released from the camp and continued to tell her story until her death.  

Our Year 7 students were asked to produce something creative and original inspired by the life of Corrie. We have seen many fantastic projects, which include poetry, song, cakes, websites and wooden models. 

Well done to all of Year 7 for being so creative!