Fairfield School (Dunedin)

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Fairfield School
10 Sickels St, Fairfield, Dunedin
Coordinates 45°54′02″S 170°23′29″E / 45.900647°S 170.391515°E / -45.900647; 170.391515Coordinates: 45°54′02″S 170°23′29″E / 45.900647°S 170.391515°E / -45.900647; 170.391515
Type Primary and Intermediate (Year 0-8)
Motto Independence through Responsibility
Established 1872
Ministry of Education Institution no. 3736
Principal Andy Larson
School roll 374[1] (July 2016)
Socio-economic decile 10[2]

Fairfield School is a Primary and Intermediate school in Dunedin, New Zealand. It was established during the late 19th century in the suburb of Fairfield by William Martin. It is situated on Sickels Street, a small cul-de-sac near the Dunedin Southern Motorway.

The school has restricted enrolment to a limited geographical zone to reduce class sizes.