A secondary school has defended asking pupils aged 14 and 15 to pen a suicide note as part of a homework project.
Beachamps High School in Wickford, Essex, asked pupils to imagine the last thoughts of a suicide victim in the J.B. Priestley play, 'An Inspector Calls' for their English homework .
But the assignment sparked anger from parents - with the head teacher of the school defending claims it had been 'inappropriate'.
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