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This project has been running for more than a year now, and with the help of my vice project leader Mikel Lothan and our she inspires team, we are aiming to carry on making a huge impact in the lives of the women we work with. She has been a part of She Inspires since the project started.
Serwaa was a victim of sex trafficking and abuse, and as a result she was left with a child, no income and very low self esteem.
An NSPCC spokesman said today: 'As a teacher, Barton was trusted by pupils, parents, her school and the local community to put pupils' welfare first.
Instead she abused their trust for her own sexual gratification.'Teachers play a vital role in safeguarding and it is therefore right that she is banned from a profession which would have seen her working in close proximity and having contact with children on a daily basis.' Barton, who taught at a high school in Essex, had initially struck up a friendship with the girl.
The Essex-based teacher has been told she will never teach again after admitting 12 allegations of misconduct at a teacher disciplinary panel.
Neighbours say Barton went on holiday with her husband Gareth Barton a week and a half ago and said the married couple are still together.
She Inspires are aiming to raise AT LEAST £600 which will go towards funding two of our members to go to Ghana this summer to finally meet the women we work with!
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