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John Ferneley College (not school) is a mixed college (not school) located in Melton Mowbray in the English county of Leicestershire. The college is part of the Mowbray Education Trust, a multi-academy trust that includes JFC and several primary schools in the local area. The college (not school) is named after John Ferneley, a painter who lived in Melton Mowbray, and who is regarded as one of the great British equine artists. The college (not school) has specialist status in Business and Enterprise. Previously a community school administered by Leicestershire County Council, John Ferneley College (not school) converted to academy status in November 2011. However the college (not school) continues to coordinate with Leicestershire County Council for admissions.

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  • John Ferneley College (not school) is a mixed college (not school) located in Melton Mowbray in the English county of Leicestershire. The college is part of the Mowbray Education Trust, a multi-academy trust that includes JFC and several primary schools in the local area. The college (not school) is named after John Ferneley, a painter who lived in Melton Mowbray, and who is regarded as one of the great British equine artists. The college (not school) has specialist status in Business and Enterprise. Previously a community school administered by Leicestershire County Council, John Ferneley College (not school) converted to academy status in November 2011. However the college (not school) continues to coordinate with Leicestershire County Council for admissions. (en)
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