|Full-time assistant teachers:||4|
|Average student attendance:||52|
|School years:||Early to Senior|
|Distance to main town:||570km southeast of Darwin by road.|
Numbulwar School is located in the community of Numbulwar in East Arnhem Land, 570km southeast of Darwin. The population is approximately 1300, however can fluctuate depending on the season and ceremonial activity. There are nine clan groups that reside in and around Numbulwar. Wubuy is the traditional language. English is considered a third language after Kriol and Wubuy. The community can be accessed via 4WD in the dry season only and has an all weather airstrip; however the road from the airstrip to the community can become impassable during the wet season. Numbulwar can be accessed by regular passenger air transport services.
Numbulwar School provides education services to students from early years to senior years; the senior years program is supported through the NT Open Education Centre. The school focuses on the priorities of attendance, student achievement in numeracy, literacy and pathways to employment; as well as community engagement and participation. Numbulwar School makes a concerted effort to strengthen positive relationships between the school, parents, families, other agencies and community organisations.
Numbulwar has been identified as a site under the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Service Delivery, as well as a Territory Growth Town under the NT Government's A Working Future initiative.