Who won the Golden Boot?

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The Golden Boot trophy has visited a few excited schools already this year. Competition has been fierce and the results have been close. This year, keep an eye on our Golden Boot criteria and host events to hit those monthly targets.

Below are the results for all First Year schools and the top five schools from Second and Third Year AST schools. How does your school compare?

March Golden Boot – highest percentage of active travellers

First Year winner: Lota State School (77%)

Second and Third Year winner: Morningside State School (77%)

Table containing information about the 1st year schools in the March Golden Boot – highest percentage of active travellers.
1st year schools Highest % of active travel
Lota State School 77%
Payne Road State School 68%
Shorncliffe State School 66%
St Pius X School, Salisbury 60%
St Elizabeth’s School, Tarragindi 58%
Enoggera State School 56%
Geebung State School 56%
Ironside State School 54%
Moorooka State School 50%
Oakleigh State School 50%
Everton Park State School 49%
Graceville State School 46%
Camp Hill Infants and Primary School 44%
Middle Park State School 43%
Nashville State School 41%
Table containing information about the top 5 - Year 2 and 3 schools in the March Golden Boot – highest percentage of active travellers.
Top 5 - year 2 & 3 schools Highest % of active travel
Morningside State School 77%
Our Lady of Dolours, Mitchelton 68%
St Joseph’s Nundah  68%
Kelvin Grove State College 64%
Our Lady Help of Christians, Hendra 64%

April Golden Boot – greatest increase from baseline

First Year winner: Everton Park State School (46% increase)

Second and Third Year winner: St Sebastian’s School, Yeronga (49% increase)

Table containing information about the first year schools in the April Golden Boot – greatest increase from baseline.
First year schools Greatest increase from baseline
Everton Park State School 46%
St Pius X School, Salisbury 39%
Lota State School 27%
Payne Road State School 26%
St Elizabeth’s School, Tarragindi 25%
Shorncliffe State School 24%
Enoggera State School 19%
Middle Park State School 18%
Camp Hill Infants & Primary School 17%
Ironside State School 16%
Oakleigh State School 14%
Moorooka State School 9%
Nashville State School 7%
Graceville State School -2%
Geebung State School N/A
Table containing information about the top 5 - second and third year schools - greatest increase from baseline
Top 5 - second and third year schools Greatest increase from baseline
St Sebastian’s School, Yeronga 49%
St Joseph’s Nundah 48%
Our Lady of Dolours, Mitchelton 42%
Belmont State School 41%
Morningside State School 40%

May Golden Boot – highest % of walkers

First Year winner: Shorncliffe State School (62% walking)

Second & Third Year winner: St Sebastian’s, Yeronga (65% walking)

Table containing information about first year schools for May Golden Boot - highest % of walkers
First year schools Highest % of walkers
Shorncliffe State School 62%
Everton Park State School 55%
Lota State School 51%
Geebung State School 47%
Oakleigh State School 40%
Ironside State School 39%
St Pius X, Salisbury 39%
Middle Park State School 37%
Graceville State School 34%
Moorooka State School 34%
Payne Road State School 34%
Camp Hill Infants and Primary School DNS
Enoggera State School DNS
Nashville State School DNS
St Elizabeth’s, Tarragindi DNS
Table containing information about the top 5 - second and third year schools for May Golden Boot - highest % of walkers
Top 5 - second and third year schools Highest % of walkers
St Sebastian’s, Yeronga 65%
Greenslopes State School 63%
St Joseph’s, Nundah 61%
Our Lady of Dolours, Mitchelton 59%
Salisbury State School 57%

Golden Boot Awards 2018 - monthly criteria

Tab;e including Golden Boot Awards 2018 monthly criteria.
Month Criteria
March Highest active travel %
April Most improved from baseline
May Highest walking % (Walk Safely to School Day)
June Highest cycling %
July Highest public transport%
August Highest car pooling %
September Highest scootering % 
October Most improved from baseline - schools under 600 students
November Most improved from baseline - schools over 600 students

 

Date posted:
Last updated:24 October 2019