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Buranda State School, BurandaCompare
School Facts
School sector:Government
School type:Primary school
Total student:207 (boy:114, girl:93)
Total staff:18
Student attendance:
None-english student:
ICSEA value:
1178, ranks No.16 More ICSEA Ranking...
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Address:24 Cowley Street Buranda, QLD 4102
Phone:07 3391 5896
School zone:Download School Zone(Catchment Areas/Local Intake Area) file

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School Comment
Buranda State School is an inner-city school in Brisbane, Queensland, catering for children in the first eight years of their schooling. There are approximately 220 students in nine multi-age classes. Students at Buranda consistently perform above the stat... more
Student Assessment
Year 35024414605144833
Year 551152550254150361
Year 759256155457360163
Student assessment is based on he National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy(NAPLAN) results in 2011.
By Alumnus - 14 Mar 2023, Rate: average
The toilets be stinkin, the iconic yr six teacher was mean tho
By Alumnus - 12 Oct 2018, Rate: excellent
My time at Burunda from grade 1 to grade 7 were some of the best times of my life. Teachers were fantastic as were the other pupils. 1957 to 1963. Sport was encouraged as was academic pursuits
By Parent - 04 Feb 2018, Rate: bad
If you have a child who may have special needs, don’t send them to this school. They will weed out low-achieving students or any with behavioural problems. All to keep their results up. Philosophy is just a window dressing here, empathy and understanding is non-existant. My child was treated nothing short of cruelly and was trautised by the experiences he had there. Parents of other children there advised me that they’d seen other special needs children treated like this too and eventually their parents move them. The principal is not the boss here, the teachers tell him what to do. It’s all about results to them.
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