Ŋulpurray gan ŋurruŋuny nhinan dhiyal Gäwa Homelandŋur bala beŋuryiny 1985thu dhuŋgarray walal dhukarrnha djäma Colinthu ga wiripuwurruy yolŋuy walal ga beŋuryiny 1991thuny walal gan wukirrin dhiyal Gothawuduŋur. Ga 2004nydja dhuŋgarra walal waŋanhaminan yutaw nha golwu NT Christian Schools bala walalnydja munaŋany mala marrtji rälin djämaw nha golwun. Ga dhuwana ŋunhi golnydja dharranga
Ŋulpurray first wanted the homeland to be re-established in 1985 and asked our founding elders Colin Baker and Kathy Guthadjaka to lead this initiative. Families cleared the bush to make a road. This took months of camping and doing the work. In 1991, a Homeland Learning Centre in Gäwa was established. Following Gotha’s heart to establish a Christian school, a formal partnership began with NT Christian Schools in 2004 when the school was registered as an independent Christian school.