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Food thrown at inspectors?

Food thrown at inspectors?

Students pelted school inspectors with food and jostled them in corridors during an Ofsted visit, according to the watchdog's report.

It found sixth formers at Willenhall E-ACT Academy in the West Midlands were afraid to leave their common room because of younger pupils' behaviour.

Inspectors rated the school inadequate overall, noting that "during 2015 and 2016, 70% of teachers left".

The BBC has contacted school sponsor E-ACT for comment.

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In a letter sent to parents following the critical report's publication, E-ACT said it had "strong leadership" in place "driving standards" and was "confident that Willenhall Academy will continue to make rapid progress".

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