A further six schools in the Cronulla electorate will receive funding under tranche 2 of the NSW Government’s $120 million Metro Renewal Program.
The Metro Renewal Program provides a government co-contribution of between 50 to 80 per cent for school infrastructure improvements to high priority schools in metropolitan areas.
This program, in addition to providing timely economic stimulus, is ensuring students can flourish in a great learning environment.
The project priorities are determined by the schools so that the funding delivers maximum benefit for their students.
The NSW Government is investing $7 billion over the next four years, continuing its program to deliver more than 200 new and upgraded schools to support communities across NSW. This is the largest investment in public education infrastructure in the history of NSW.
- Caringbah North Public School (carpark upgrade)
- Caringbah Public School (new covered walkways)
- Kirrawee High School (toilet upgrades)
- Kurnell Public School (COLA and shade structures)
- Laguna Street Public School (new covered walkways)
- Woolooware Public School (carpark upgrade)
- Burraneer Bay Public School (playground upgrade)
- Caringbah High School (construction of new COLA)
- Cronulla High School (hall upgrade)
- Cronulla Public School (update of communication system)
- Yowie Bay Public School (admin upgrade)