Together in…

Our Together in… resources inspire children in England and Wales to work as members of God’s Global Family, praying for and sharing with their sisters and brothers across the world – children helping children. Our Together in... resources cover specific areas of the RE Curriculum Directory, support global learning, evidence Catholic Social Teaching, and provide links with other curriculum topics.

Please Note: For 2024-25 our campaign assembly, Together in Cameroon, will follow explore the principles of Catholic Social Teaching. The assembly will be available by August 2024.

Together in India – our 2023/4 campaign

This year’s Together in assembly provides an opportunity to showcase Catholic Social Teaching in action. The assembly also enables pupils in England and Wales to discover more about the lives of children who are living in Chennia’s biggest resettlement slum and the support the receive from an inspiring group of Religious Sisters.

Click here to find out more and download our free resources.

Together in the Philippines

Learn about children from the Badjao tribe and the life changing support they receive at the Nano Nagle Education Centre.

Together in Malawi

Moses and his friends attend Mua School for Deaf Children. Learn about Moses, Malawi, and Mua School in our assembly.

Together in Myanmar

Come and meet Nu Moe, a resident at one of the many boarding houses supported by Mission Together.

Together in Jordan

Sandra and her family fled Iraq and arrived in Jordan with nothing. The local Catholic community made it their mission to help.

Together in Sri Lanka

Ajay and his family are very poor. Sr Ruby brings nutrition and healthcare packs to the children and arranges for doctors and dentists to treat them.

Together in Kenya

Eunice’s family work on a coffee plantation. They work hard but only earn around £1 per day. Mission Together is helping to change things.

Together in Cambodia

In Phnom Penh, children of migrant workers were left at home alone every day while their parents went to work. Sister Eulie responded by founding the Lindalva Centre.

Together in South Africa

Meet 11 year old Johannes, who lives with 29 other children at the St John’s Centre. They are all cared for and loved by a special group of Missionary Sisters.