Activities 2020

Fiji 50th Anniversary of Independence 2020

Tilak High School celebrated the International day on 10th Qctober 2020.

Fiji celebrated its 50th anniversary of independence from Britain on Saturday, as leaders of the island nation urged Fijians to work together for a brighter future.

Fiji Day, on 10 October each year, is the anniversary of Fiji's independence from British Colonial rule in 1970. Fiji Day is called Fiji Week. Fiji Day is a double anniversary for the nation - on that date in 1874, King Seru Epenisa Cakobau ceded Fiji to the United Kingdom and on the same date in 1970, Fiji regained its independence.

During Fiji Week, which is the week preceding Fiji Day, the nation celebrates its unity and religious and cultural diversity with performances and programs each day focused on the two main ethnic cultures - Fijian and Indian.

The Christian, Muslim, and Hindu religions celebrate their traditions. A different theme is chosen every year, but common elements include religious ceremonies and cultural performances.

Women's Day (11th March) & Mens Day (2nd Sep, 2020)

The 2020 International Women's Day, focus on the theme, 'An equal world is an enabled world'. 

The Day is celebrated annually in March. It offers an opportunity to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities. 

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International Men's Day is an annual international event celebrated. The objectives of celebrating an International Men's Day are set out.  It is an occasion to celebrate boys' and men's achievements and contributions, in particular for their contributions to country, society, community, neighbourhood, family, marriage, and child care. The broader and ultimate aim of the event is to promote basic humanitarian values.


Holi 2020 (9th March)

The ferstival of colours was marked by the school on the 09th March 2020. Students took part and observed the faag (songs about holi), presentation and speech.

Holi is known as the festival of colours. It is one of the most important festivals in India. Holi is celebrated each year with zeal and enthusiasm in the month of March by followers of the Hindu religion. Those who celebrate this festival, wait for it every year eagerly to play with colours and have delectable dishes


Prefects Induction 2020 (14th Feb)

“Coming together is the beginning, keeping together is progress, and working together is success” ( Henry Ford).

Leadership requires one to be transparent and inspire others to walk on a treaded path that embodies fairness, honesty, humility and accountability. Hence, Prefects’ Investiture is an important activity on any school calendar as without the student leaders, teachers would be handicapped.


Interhouse 2020 (11th &12th Feb)

It was a day to be remembered as the students and staff members of Tilak High School, Lautoka gathered in numbers to have their annual inter-house sports competition. The event was exclusively put together by the school staff to showcase the school’s love and enthusiasm for track and field events such as 100m race, 200m race, long jump, high jump, javelin throw, and many others.

The event was categorised in their divisions, that is, junior, sub-junior, inter, and senior for boys and girls respectively. Athletes from the four school houses, which were named after endangered fauna of Fiji - Vokai (green), Kuluwai (red), Mam (blue), and Kacau (gold), were heated up for the competition in the stadium. After a competitive day, to spice things up for the students, there was a 4x100m relay amongst the house teachers comprising of two males and two females in each team.