Feedback reactivity caused by core deformation is one of the inherent safety features in a sodium-cooled fast reactor (SFR). To validate the evaluation models of the reactivity feedback equipped in the in-house plant dynamics analysis code, named Super-COPD, we have been conducting the benchmark analyses for the unprotected loss of heat sink (ULOHS) tests of balance of plant (BOP)-302R and BOP-301 as one of the representative issues in Experimental Breeder Reactor-II (EBR-II), a pool-type experimental SFR in the United States. During the transient of the ULOHS tests, the reactor power decreased to the decay heat level due to the negative reactivity caused by the radial expansion of the core. Developing the evaluation models of the reactivity feedback is essential for predicting the plant behavior in unprotected events, such as ULOHS events, and the numerical analyses modeling the feedback reactivity were conducted. By comparing the numerical results and the experimental data, the increment temperature profiles of the core inlet and the decreasing reactor power profile calculated by Super-COPD were comparable with experimental data. The applicability of the evaluation models for the reactivity feedback was indicated during the ULOHS event. In addition, through the sensitivity analyses on the cold pool model, it was found that the modification of the plenum model of the cold pool to take into account the thermal stratification was required to improve the core inlet temperature profile.