Natte Yallock Primary School was first opened in 1874. It is a small rural school in central Victoria, Australia. The school serves a farming community and nearby small towns. It is 30 kilometres west of Maryborough and 20 kilometres north of Avoca. The school is very well presented with large modern, bright classrooms and undercover areas. The children have a spacious playground area in which to play including a synthetic grassed tennis/netball/basketball court and an extensive undercover area.The school bus service collects children from a radius of 15km. Natte Yallock Primary School is a part of the Pyrenees Cluster of schools.
The School prides itself on being able to offer students access to iPads, interactive whiteboards and 1:1 access to computers and laptops. Being a small school we are able to offer small, personal class sizes and the children are well supported with their learning and their interests.
The children enjoy a wide curriculum with comprehensive core units of English, maths and science as well art, music, history, ICT, PE and German. Children also have the opportunity to experience a wide variety of activities including Winter Sports carnivals, basketball, swimming lessons, cross country tennis, Kanga Cricket Program, Mobile Area Resource Library, R.A.C.V. Energy Breakthrough, School Camping Program and children also participate in 3 group day activities per term consisting of specialized programs utilizing many visiting teachers as well as professionals such as writers, sports specialists, artists and scientists.