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Jo Sawfoot, 42, worked at the fashionable Steiner school where exams are considered harmful and pupils learn through gardening and playing with wooden blocks.

Miss Sawfoot, a Cambridge graduate and the schools designated child protection officer, claimed that bosses failed to investigate when she reported that her child had been assaulted by another teacher, Anna Letts.

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Miss Tolhurst also cast doubt on Miss Sawfoots professionalism, saying she had been shouting in her classroom and another teacher told a parent at the summer fete the school would be better off without Jo. Miss Sawfoot responded by resigning, withdrawing her daughter from the school and launching her tribunal claim.

Employment Judge John Warren criticised the school for its failure to investigate her grievance, and misrepresentations to social services.

He went on: We are satisfied this difficult and obstructive line taken by the school is because they have come to regard Miss Sawfoot as an irritant because of the complaint.

Speaking after the judgment, Miss Sawfoot said: I am still passionately committed to the Steiner movement.

But my grievance was swept under the carpet by the school. Instead, I was subjected to a hostile working environment. They labelled me a bad parent and then a bad teacher.

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Poyser was caught red handed Thursday as he drove a van packed with boosted name brand goods destined for his own boutique in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, law enforcement sources said.

More than $130,000 in designer duds and accessories were seized from Poyser’s van and the shop he opened nearly a year ago, a law enforcement source told the Daily News. Maxx: Poyser’s discount store on Church Ave. in the East Flatbush section of Brooklyn was allegedly stocked with goods stolen from a Maxx store in Long Island. (Joe Marino/New York Daily News)

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Poyser of Brownsville, Brooklyn, turned fashionistas into Maxxinistas by offering rock bottom prices on the allegedly boosted merchandise. What he didn’t sell at the store, he hawked on eBay, the source said.

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These prices are a steal: Goods like this Michael Kors handbag, which sells for up to $200, were going for a fraction of their retail price, one customer of Poyser’s East Flatbush shop said.

While he didn’t hang a shingle, Poyser told customers he named his store Excade Boutique. Maxx labels, the source said. And he was protective of his purloined property, making sure he wired up high end security cameras to eye his front door.

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I refuse to shop in a store like “Juicy” that charges $68 for a t shirt and a couple of hundred for a sweat suit or warm up suit or whatever they want to call it.

I happened to be at the school last week for a meeting and it was dismissal time What did I see? Almost every girl had “real” Ugg boots and about 85% of them had real Coach bags. Ugh!

I’ve taught my daughter about the value of money and how you can spend “x” amount of money at Juicy for 1 or 2 items OR you can spend that same amount at Justice or another store and get 2 or 3 pair of jeans, a couple of skirts, a few tops and a lot more. I guess at 11 years old and seeing the “popular” ones with their expensive designer things, whatever I say isn’t going to make much of a difference.

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Give her her entire clothing allowance (including for shoes, underwear etc) at the start of the school semester or year. Explain to her that that money must last the entire semester (or year). If anything gets ruined or lost or outgrown it must come from that allowance. She may very well decide to blow it all on one pair of shoes. When she outgrows her jeans and is stuck wearing whatever she has that still fit several days in a row, she might regret those shoes. He received some money for some event and decided that’s what he wanted. Life is all about choices. Part of growing up is learning and understanding what those choices are and what all has to be taken into consideration.

ETA this will only work if you stick to your guns and don’t feel sorry for her and buy replacement clothes. Also, it is really important to get her understanding of where you are with this. It just gets worse when girls are having huge 16th birthday parties, new cars and expensive prom dresses. If you cave now, you’ll be paving the way to more whining and expecting to be placated.

I can only imagine these silly “Sweet 16” parties! I don’t know if that’s such a huge deal around here, though. I never really hear about them or see ads for them or anything.

I’ve already put my foot down about the expensive clothes and have told her that if she wants something from Juicy, that’s all she’s getting. Same thing at Christmas when she was bugging me for a Wii. I told her if I got her the Wii ($200) and 2 games ($120), that was ALL she was getting for Christmas (other than my yearly Hershey’s Kisses Candy Cane that I get her).

I really have to stick to this, you’re 100% right. Even at the outlets, the Uggs are regular price and the Juicy stuff is only about 10% off. I couldn’t even afford it if I was inclined to get it for her. LOL!

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She’s complaining becuase she doesn’t have Uggs or a Coach bag and then proceeds to tell me that the “popular” girl in her class has a bunch of clothes from Juicy Couture, 5 Coach bags, Ugg boots, etc.

I refuse to shop in a store like “Juicy” that charges $68 for a t shirt and a couple of hundred for a sweat suit or warm up suit or whatever they want to call it.

I happened to be at the school last week for a meeting and it was dismissal time What did I see? Almost every girl had “real” Ugg boots and about 85% of them had real Coach bags. Ugh!

I’ve taught my daughter about the value of money and how you can spend “x” amount of money at Juicy for 1 or 2 items OR you can spend that same amount at Justice or another store and get 2 or 3 pair of jeans, a couple of skirts, a few tops and a lot more. I guess at 11 years old and seeing the “popular” ones with their expensive designer things, whatever I say isn’t going to make much of a difference.

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We have boys and they have wanted ipods and laptops. We have given them cash and let them save their money for the items they want. When my parents/in laws ask what they want and it’s something expensive they usually get cash and save for whatever they want.

The only thing we have said NO to, no matter how much they wanted it was expensive shoes. I agree that really expensive shoes for a kid whose foot is growing quickly are just a total waste of money. As far as a Coach bag, or a Juicy Couture outfit, I would allow it as a gift but continue to buy more reasonably priced goods.

FWIW I still have a Coach bag my parents bought me when I was 16 (I’m 44). They last forever. I think the boots are a total waste of money. The Coach bag, while extravagant, is at least useful.

My son went to one last night that was just out of control. The parents rented out a club in downtown Fort Lauderdale on Saturday night from 8 midnight. One of the mothers at wrestling told me that the party was $5,000 over the original budget.

My son said the party was fun.

You don’t really have to go nuts with a Sweet 16 party just because other people do it. From the look of the house I dropped my son off at, the people who had the house party could have afforded more, but chose not to go that route.

I’ve already put my foot down about the expensive clothes and have told her that if she wants something from Juicy, that’s all she’s getting. Same thing at Christmas when she was bugging me for a Wii. I told her if I got her the Wii ($200) and 2 games ($120), that was ALL she was getting for Christmas (other than my yearly Hershey’s Kisses Candy Cane that I get her).

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