The first Golden Boot winners of 2019

The first three Golden Boot winners for the year have been decided. There have been some great achievements in March, April and May. Below are the results for our top three schools in their first, second and third year of the Active School Travel (AST) program. Is your school on the list?

March Golden Boot - highest percentage of active travel

First year winner: Junction Park State School
Second and third year winner: Shorncliffe State School

Top 3 - 1st year schools % active travel
Junction Park State School 69%
Cannon Hill Anglican College 62%
Newmarket State School 58%
Top 3 - 2nd and 3rd year schools % active travel
Shorncliffe State School - second year 74%
Lota State School - second year 72%
Mansfield State School - third year 70%

April Golden Boot - highest increase from baseline

First year winner: Cannon Hill Anglican College
Second and third year winner: Lota State School

Top 3 - 1st year schools % increase from baseline
Cannon Hill Anglican College 35% 
St Anthony's Primary School, Kedron 32%
Stretton State College  30%
Top 3 - 2nd and 3rd year schools % increase from baseline
Lota State School - second year 45% 
Mansfield State School - third year 43%
Shorncliffe State School - second year 42%

May Golden Boot - highest percentage of walkers

First year winner: Junction Park State School
Second and third year winner: Mansfield State School

Top 3 - 1st year schools % increase from baseline
Junction Park State School 63%
St Anthony's Primary School, Kedron 42%
Newmarket State School 41%
Top 3 - 2nd and 3rd year schools % increase from baseline
Mansfield State School - third year 60%
St Sebastian's School, Yeronga - third year 58%
Shorncliffe State School - second year 54%

Golden Boot 2019 categories by month

Month Category
March Highest active travel percentage
April Most improved percentage increase from baseline
May Highest walking percentage (Walk Safety to School Day)
June Highest cycling percentage
July Highest public transport percentage
August Highest carpooling percentage
September Highest scootering percentage
October Most improved percentage increase from baseline - schools under 600 students
November Most improved percentage increase from baseline - schools over 600 students

 

Date posted:
Last updated:24 October 2019