A primary school teacher has "refused entry" to Ofsted inspectors in solidarity with the late Ruth Perry. Flora Cooper, the head of John Rankin School, Newbury, told inspectors due to turn up today they were "refused entry" on the phone earlier this week. She then asked for people to join her at school in support of a campaign to boycott Ofsted in memory of Ruth Perry. Ruth Perry, 53, head at Caversham Primary School in Reading, took her own life while waiting for the publication of a report which downgraded her school from outstanding to inadequate. Last night a spokesperson for Flora's school refused to elaborate - but confirmed they expect Ofsted to turn up today. And today police were at the school gates. Flora Cooper tweeted: "Can I please get everyone here tomorrow? Would you show up? "John Rankin School, Newbury. "Who would support? I'm doing this! "Help! I don't know what this will look like!" The head then confirmed people should arrive at the school at 8am. A spokesperson for the school said: "We don't wish to make a comment at this time but we expect Ofsted will turn up tomorrow." The headteacher has since asked people not to show up at the school. She shared on Twitter: "Please can people not come to school now in the morning. I have to protect our children, our staff and our community. "Please for the protection of our children and staff."