Stacey was a student at Rosehill College from 2000 to 2004. After leaving College she went on to study to be a kaiako (teacher) and is currently working at Manurewa West Primary School as the bicultural kaiako. Stacey inspired her students to collaboratively create a mixed media mural of a taniwha during their study of textiles. She then drove a literacy unit based on students creating their own stories about creatures who live in the moana. The input, passion and mahi of Stacey Madden; South Auckland author, David Riley; and 17 talented Year Six authors resulted in a truly beautiful book. He Moana Kirikā (Ocean Fever) contains stories in both Te Reo and English, along with original illustrations by these young authors.
On Thursday the 30th and Friday the 31st March all students and their parents and/or whānau will have Wānanga Paetae / Student Achievement Meetings at school.
There will be no classes on those days.
Students should attend their meeting in uniform at their booked time with their parents and/or whānau and Tutor Teacher.