“I'm proud to be a Director of Reach Support CIC. I have seen the results the team produce and know how much help they can be to schools and children during difficult and challenging times.”
Armine started her career in teaching in 1989 where she worked in a small school on the North East coast of England.
Following the birth of her children, the pull of a more diverse community bought Armine back to her roots in Birmingham, and for the last 18 years she has been working in local schools moving from teaching children with SEN to achieving Headship in 2007.
Armine is passionate about ensuring every child is able to reach its dreams, no matter what that dream may be. She has seen children with challenging problems, find a way through with the help and support of a trustworthy, skilled and knowledgeable adult. It is these experiences that cemented Armine's commitment to her working with REACH Support CIC, in its work with children, young people and families throughout the city and further afield.
As a serving Head Teacher, Armine knows that the greatest way to ensure a child is fulfilling their potential is to give them the tools to access learning, whether it is behaviour strategies, support for parents or close mentoring.