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Fairfield Primary School is a U5 contributing primary school, catering for Year 0 to Year 6. Our current role is just over 300 pupils.  

The school comprises 12 classrooms, school hall, library, swimming pool, administration block, two adventure playgrounds, netball courts and large playing fields. The school also has the services of a SWIS (Social Worker In Schools), Public Health Nurse and Dental Therapists.   Fairfield Primary is a well resourced school. Our teaching programmes place a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy. Curriculum programmes cater for the learning needs of all our children. We also operate a number of support programmes for children with special needs and special abilities.  We are a multicultural school. 

Our diverse range of ethnic backgrounds include European, Maori, Cook Island, Somali, Tongan, Samoan, Fijian, Niuean, Korean, Chinese, Cambodian and others. We treat all our children as individuals, each with their own strengths and needs. Children are encouraged to respect their own culture and the culture of others. We recognise the unique place of Maori in our society and uphold the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi. Schoolwide activities incorporate and respect Tikanga Maori.