Multipurpose halls promised for two shire schools and more air-conditioned classrooms for another

The state election "cash splash" in Sutherland Shire continues, with major upgrades promised for three schools.

Education Minister Rob Stokes visited Engadine High School and Jannali East Public School, announcing each would receive a new multi-purpose hall under a re-elected Coalition government.

Cronulla MP and Attorney-General Mark Speakman said Cronulla High School would receive more air conditioned classrooms and upgraded core facilities.

No timeframe was given in a statement released later, but election commitments are expected to be delivered within the four-year term of government.

Mr Stokes said the three projects were additional to the state government’s $6 billion school building program to deliver more than 170 new and upgraded schools throughout NSW.