Bishop Colton Marks Start of School Year with School Greetings and Visit to Ashton School Cork

The Bishop of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, the Right Reverend Dr Paul Colton, marked the start of the new academic year with a message of greeting sent to all schools in the Diocese, and a personal visit to take assembly at Ashton School, Cork.  He addressed the group of approximately 520 students, and also presented the badges of office to the new Head Boy and Head Girl.  Afterwards he spent some time with the Fifth Year students, and took as his theme ‘Fifth Year matters!’.

Bishop Colton speaks at the first school assembly of the new school year at Ashton School, Cork.

The new Head Girl of Ashton School, COrk, Emma, and the new Head Boy, Zachary, with Bishop Colton and the School Principal, Mr Adrian Landen.

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