|Full-time assistant teachers:||4|
|Average student attendance:||63|
|School years:||Early to Senior|
|Distance to main town:||580km east of Darwin by road.|
Ramingining School is located in the community of Ramingining 580km east of Darwin. The population of Ramingining fluctuates between 700-1000 depending on the season and ceremonial activity. There are 17 clan groups that comprise the Yolngu cultural block of North East Arnhem Land in which Ramingining is located. These clans remain connected and are highly mobile for ceremonial and family reasons, resulting in fluctuating enrolment and attendance at the school. Ramingining is accessible by 4WD in the dry season only; all roads are closed in the wet season. The community can be accessed by regular passenger air transport services and has an all weather airstrip.
Ramingining School provides education for 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. The past 10 years, has seen the school experience considerable growth in student numbers.
Ramingining has a signed Remote Learning Partnership Agreement in place and has also been identified as a Territory Growth Town (TGT) under the NT Government's A Working Future initiative. TGTs will become towns with comparable servicers to other country towns in Australia.