Our latest Golden Boot winners

September and October saw our schools have fun as they competed for the highest percentage of students scootering and the most improved small school. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our Golden Boot criteria in 2019 and be sure to plan how you’ll hit your monthly targets.

 

 

September Golden Boot – highest percentage of students scootering

First Year winner: Lota State School (11%)

Second and Third Year winner: Our Lady of Dolours School, Mitchelton (41%)

Top 3 - First Year schools Highest % of scootering
Lota State School 11%
Everton Park State School 10%
Shorncliffe State School & St Pius X School, Salisbury 9%
Top 3 - Second and Third Year schools Highest % of scootering
Our Lady of Dolours School, Mitchelton 41%
Our Lady Help of Christians School, Hendra 26%
St Joseph’s School, Nundah 20%

October Golden Boot – most improved from baseline in small schools (under 600 students)

First Year winner: Everton Park State School (52%)

Second and Third Year winner: St Sebastian’s School, Yeronga (53%)

Top - First Year schools Most improved from baseline in small schools <600 students
Everton Park State School 52%
St Pius X School, Salisbury 40%
Lota State School 38%
Top 3 - Second and Third Year schools Most improved from baseline in small schools <600 students
St Sebastian’s School, Yeronga 53%
Our Lady of Dolours School, Mitchelton 41%
Mansfield State School and Norman Park State School 38%

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

 

28 November 2018