Values & Ethos

Our aim is for every child to receive a broad and balanced education that maintains a strong focus on achievement, progress and development of their potential.

For Inspectors

Statutory content, offering an initial picture of our academic performance, as required by The School Information (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012.

Latest News

2018 Book Week @ Burdett-Coutts!

Our week-long celebration of Book Week began on the 26th of February 2018 with many in-class and whole school exciting activities for everyone to enjoy. The highlight of the week was on Thursday the
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National Handwriting Day 2018

Writing enjoys a long history beginning with simple symbols on a rock, which were then combined to represent ideas and later developed into more abstract symbols, to store information and communicate
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In celebration of Christmas

December always marks a very special and joyous time at Burdett-Coutts and in the run up towards the holidays, there are a series of annual events and services to remind everyone of the true meaning
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Ofsted & SIAMS

The findings and advice following an inspection by Ofsted & SIAMS help us work towards better standards and provision for all our students.


Our curriculum forms the foundation that helps us to provide an education of quality and excellence that stretches and develops every child as a whole.

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium funding offers the chance for all pupils to realise their full potential by eliminating any barriers in learning and progress between different groups.


Our policies establish rules and regulations to guide acceptable behaviour and ensure that the school environment is safe for everyone.

We are proud to be a registered reading group ‘shadowing’ the judging process for the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Children’s Book Awards. Follow us as we read, discuss and review the shortlisted books!