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PRAYER ................................................................

EDITORIAL ...........................................................

STAFF PHOTO ......................................................

MESSAGES ...........................................................

BOARD MEMBERS ...............................................

FACULTY STAFF 2019 ...........................................

STUDENT COUNCIL ............................................

DEPARTMENTS ...................................................

SPECIAL COMMITTEES ........................................

LEVEL PHOTOS

YEAR 13, 12 ..........................................................

VISITORS & DONORS TO SCHOOL /

ARCHITECTURAL ADVANCEMENT ........................

LEVEL PHOTOS

YEAR 11, 10, 9 ......................................................

HOTEL AND CATERING / FABRICATION

AND WELDING .....................................................

COKE GAMES AND YESHNIL KARANS

ACHIEVEMENT .....................................................

PRINCIPALS ACHIEVEMENT .................................

SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENTS ...................................

SCHOOL TEAMS / CANTEEN STAFF .......................

SOCCER TEAMS ....................................................

U19 FSSFA CHAMPIONSHIP WINNER 2019 ..........

SPORTS TEAM ......................................................

INTERHOUSE / ZONE MEET .................................

RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES ........................................

PREFECTS INDUCTION ........................................

CHILDRENS DAY / TEACHERS DAY / FIJI DAY ........

SCHOOL ACTIVITIES ............................................

TEST WEEK ...........................................................

ANNUAL AWARDS 2018 ........................................

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Message from the Minister for

Education, Heritage & Arts

Warm Greetings, Namaste, Assalamu-alaikum and Bula Vinaka to you all.

I am indeed delighted and thankful to the Tavua College magazine committee for this opportunity to be part

of your Magazine – “Reflector 2019” publication. At the outset, I must congratulate the Management and the

Administrators for the smooth running of the school and all its achievements throughout the year.

The Government of the day is fully committed to lift the Vision of Fiji — to be a knowledge oriented, smart society,

peaceful, progressive and inclusive—and one committed not only to the sustainable development of Fiji, but to

Fiji playing its full role globally to fight the challenge of climate change and resulting intensification of natural

disasters that threaten the very existence of our globe.

Our Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts is adopting a transformational approach to education with an

intent of engaging as many stakeholders and partners as possible in building platforms, resources, capabilities,

and strategies that will enable Fijians to become even more competitive in the world economies of tomorrow.

The Ministry’s 2019 - 2023 Strategic Plan has been designed to align formal, non-formal, vocational and skillsbuilding

based education with current and future economic needs of the country; addressing the curricular,

skills and behavioural expectations of employers; developing graduates that can be both job seekers and job

creators; improving service skills; enabling inclusive education for all; building systems that capture and utilize

information to enable second chances; improved utilization and sustainability of resources; modernization of the

entire education sector; enhancing education as a career choice; and improving the holistic development of our

students.

The area of Heritage and Arts is an integral part of the identity of the people of Fiji, their past, current and a rich

resource for the development of our future generations. Our 21st Century learners will be well grounded under

holistic development of the children and the preservation of the Fijian way of life. Preserving the rich historical

treasures of Fiji, exposing our children to them, and exploring ways to engage these treasures, including values, in

generating new treasures in a competitive global environment are important considerations taken into account in

the development of our planned strategy.

I commend parents’ and guardians’ involvement and their support for all the planned activities organised by the

school.

Students are encouraged to utilize their school holidays well and try and discover more about themselves, their

identity, their talent and career path they wish to pursue.

I am adamant, that Tavua College will continue to produce an extraordinary range of intellectuals and creative

thinkers who can meritoriously contribute to raising the standard of life in our beloved Fiji.

Thank you teachers for the guidance and the mentoring provided to students. Indeed, you deserve a well-earned

vacation.

May the Blessings of Christmas be upon us all as we look forward to a prosperous 2020.

HONOURABLE ROSY SOFIA AKBAR

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Principal

We All Can Work; But Together We Win.

It is my honor and privilege to lead Tavua College. This

institution is very dear to me as I have spent most years of

my teaching career here. It is one of the high performing

large secondary schools in the nation with more than

950 students, 57 teaching staff and 7 support staff. The

massive infrastructure speaks volume of the school and its

achievements to date.

Education at its most exceptional is built on relationships.

As such, we continue to foster relationships with students,

parents, guardians and other stakeholders alike in order to

create a meaningful and connected learning opportunity for

our students. This has further developed a unique path for

every child under our care to educate this year.

Students from diverse ethnic groups enter our doors. The

school has continued with its tradition to be an outstanding

school nationally across all academic, cultural and sporting

areas. This year has been an exceptional one and we are proud

to have achieved a lot in all facets of education. In addition,

the students have generally displayed good studentship

habits both at the College and at the EST (Vocational) Centre

with the exception of few who had been dealt according to

the School’s Behavioral Management Policy. Majority of

our students continue to value the encouraging learning

environment that the school offers to them. Individually and

collectively, we have worked to provide every opportunity to

our children this year to explore their talents and the results

have been remarkable to date.

“Believe and Achieve” has been the embedded theme which

continuously reminded the students and teachers the high

expectations for the year. We strongly believe that when

our students leave school, they not only graduate with

tremendous communication, quantitative and creative

problem solving skills but with a connection to and empathy

for the world beyond our College.

I would like to acknowledge the support of the School

Management. Special acknowledgement is extended to the

School Treasurer for his presence in all school functions I

would also like to acknowledge the support and guidance of

The Ministry of Education, Heritage and Arts Officials at the

Head Quarters, the Divisional Education Officer, Western and

the Senior Education Officer, Ba/Tavua Education District

Office and his support staff. The Ex-Scholars are thanked for

their assistance. The Business Houses, Service Providers,

Sponsors, Principals, Head Teachers, Police Department,

Social Welfare Department, District Office, Medical Team,

Parents, Guardians and other Partner Agencies are

wholeheartedly thanked for their co-operation.

The Vice and Assistant Principal with my dynamic team of

teachers, ancillary staff and good students, we are optimistic

of achieving the set targets for the school. However, it is

a humble plea to those parents/guardians who do not

prioritize their children’s education to change their mindset

and turn up for parental meetings for the benefit of their

children. Every parent plays pivotal role and my plea to

all, please ensure that your child’s attendance to school is

punctual. Now that the Ministry for Education has taken the

financial burden from the parents, the responsibility is on us

to ensure our children are in the school. Our children are in

the digital era, however, nothing can stop us from fulfilling

our roles more responsibly as Motivators and Supervisors for

“Our Children.”

We have also inculcated in our students the importance of

valuing our environment and develop a caring attitude for

the environment.

Finally, I congratulate the Editorial Board for its tireless

efforts in bringing out this publication. All those who have

contributed to this issue and enhanced its perfection and

beautification through their articles, poems and short stories

are acknowledged as well.

I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to all those

associated with Tavua College and have lost their loved ones

this year.

I wish to convey my best wishes to our boys and girls

appearing for Standard and External Examinations.

To all readers, I wish to invite you to visit the College, as you

will feel the familial warmth and love for learning that is part

of what makes Tavua College, the exceptional school it is.

Merry Christmas and a Blessed 2020 to one and all.

Vikashni Kiran Sharma (Mrs)

Principal

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Mr. Moti Chand

Manager/President/Trustee

Mr. Umesh Prasad - JP

Trustee / Treasurer

Mr. Sarat Chand

Vice President

Mr. Pravin Anand

Vice President / Trustee

Mr. Mahendra Singh

Trustee

Mr. Uday Prasad

Vice President

Mr. Sanjay Nand

Assistant Treasurer

Mr. Ravindra Palani

Assistant Secretary

Mr. Rajendra Patel

Trustee

Mr. Yogendra Kant

Secretary

Mr. Rohit Lal

Committee Member

Mr. Kishore Pratap

Committee Member

Mr. Sarwan Kumar

Committee Member

Mr. Asish Sharma

Committee Member

Mr. Ronil Singh

Committee Member

Mr. Randhi Singh

Committee Member

Mr. Kuldip Singh

Committee Member

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Mrs. Vikashni Sharma

Principal

Mr. Anilesh Narayan

Vice Principal

Mr. Ravin Lal

Assistant Principal

Mrs. Melania Tikomaisainai

Child Protection Officer

Mrs. Arti Sharan

HOD Commerce

Mrs. Prita Goundar

HOD Languages

Mrs. Dipika Kumar

HOD Home Economics

Mr. Mohammed Risban

HOD Pemac

Mrs. Roshni Lata

HOD Social Science

Mrs. Sandhya Kiran

HOD Science

Mr. Praneel Kumar

HOD Agriculture Science

Mr. Ranit Singh

HOD Computer Studies &

Office Technology

Mr. Sheikh Zoinal

HOD Industrial Arts

Mr. Mohammed Shameer

HOD EST

Mr. Krishneel Prasad

HOD Maths & Physics

Mrs. Shalini Prasad

English

Mr. Sachindran Sami

History / Geography

Mr. Jagjivan Singh

Maths / Basic Science

Ms. Arti

Home Economics

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Mrs. Salailagi Singh

Hotel & Catering

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Mrs. Lynn Deo

English

Mrs. Rishita Devi

English / Social Science /

Geography

Mrs. Yashodhna Naidu

English

Mr. Vishal Shankar

Chemistry / Maths

Mrs. Kesaia Tamanivalu

Agriculture Science

Mrs. Parangili Chetty

Maths / Chemistry

Mr. Monish Raj

Maths / Physics

Mr. Vinay Kumar

Basic Tech / Technical

Drawing

Mrs. Timaleti Waqatokona

Agriculture Science

Ms. Doreen Devi

Biology / Basic Science

Ms. Monika Devi

Home Economics

Mrs. Neetal Pillay

Agriculture Science

Mrs. Shreetha Chand

Biology / Basic Science

Mrs. Vika Tora

Commerce / Accounting

Mrs. Mariana Vokiti

Vosa Vakaviti

Mrs. Elesi Ratu

Office Technology

Mrs. Marylu Singh

Computer Studies

Mrs. Ashneeta Singh

Computer Studies & Office

Technology

Mrs. Yogeeta Seth

Hindi / English

Ms. Payal Chand

Maths / Physics

Mrs. Kajal Devi

Maths / Physics

Mrs. Shartika Prasad

Accounting / Economics

Mrs. Nikita Lata

History / Social Science

Mrs Navneeta Naidu

Commerce

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Mrs. Naomi Tanivanuakula

Vosa Vakaviti

Mrs. Mereoni Waqabaca

Hotel & Catering

Mrs. Kajal Rattan

English / Social Science

Mr. Mohammed Mohsin

Physics / Chemistry

Ms. Doreen Ram

English

Mr. Timoci Ratulolo

Basic Technology

Ms. Pritika Devi

English

Mr. Josateki Vakalagi

Physical Education / Music

Ms. Sonika Lata

Accounting / Economics

Mr. Abel Naicker

Applied Tech / Technical

Drawing

Ms. Mereoni Savui

Social Science / Family Life

Mr. Eroni Taoi

Hotel & Catering

Mrs. Sonam Goundar

Maths / Physics

Mr. Rupesh Kumar

Former HOD Maths / Physics

Mrs. Kritika Kumar

Former Maths / Basic Science

Teacher

Mr. Rohil Dass

Former Industrial Arts Teacher

Ms. Nirmala Devi

Former Maths/Physics Teacher

Mrs. Ragni Kumar

Librarian

Mrs. Seema Naidu

Bursar

Mrs. Roselin Lal

Femis/Transport Officer

Mrs. Vinilta Sharma

Office Assistant

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Head Prefects and

Senior Prefects

Student council

2019

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Front Row (L-R): Mrs. Yogeeta

Seth, Mrs. Rishita Devi, Mrs.

Prita Gounder (HOD), Miss

Pritika Devi, Mrs. Ragni Kumar

(Librarian)

Back Row (L-R): Miss Doreen

Ram, Mrs. Yashoda Naidu,

Mrs. Shalini Prasad, Mrs. Kajal

Rattan, Mrs. Mariana Vokiti,

Mrs. Lynn Deo

(Absent- Mrs. Naomi)


Front Row (L-R): Mr. Ranit

Singh, Mrs. Sonam Gounder,

Mrs. Prangili Chetty, Mrs. Kajal

Devi, Mr. Vishal Shankar

Back Row (L-R): Mr. Krishneel

Prasad (HOD), Mr. Jagjivan

Singh, Mr. Mohammed Mousin,

Mr. Monish Raj, Mr. Ravin Lal

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Sitting (L-R) Mrs. Parangili

Kumar, Mrs. Sandhya Shankar

(HOD), Ms. Doreen Devi

Back (L-R) Mr. Jagjivan Singh,

Mr. Mohsin Shuaib, Mr. Vishal

Shankar, Mr. Anilesh Narayan

Absent: Mrs. Shreetha Chand.


Front Row (L-R): Mrs. Melania

Tikomaisainiai, Miss. Sonika

Lata, Mrs. Vika Tora

Back Row (L-R): Mrs. Arti

Sharan (HOD), Mrs. Shartika

Prasad, Mrs. Navneeta Sami,

Mrs. Vikashni Sharma

We have come to the end of another successful year and it is time for

us to reflect on our achievements and to formulate ways in which we

can improve upon it in future.

The 2019 academic year started on a high note with a full set of staff.

Once again, the department has set high targets and the teachers

have worked with enthusiasm and dedication towards achieving the

objectives of the department.

Apart from the normal classroom lessons the department successfully

organized several extra- curricular activities for commerce students.

These include Weekly Commerce Quiz and Displays for Commerce

Department during TEST week. The display provided students an

opportunity to make models and charts and show their art skills

and creativity. The department also co-ordinated the South Pacific

Stock Exchange 2019 National Poster Competition at school in which

30 students participated and Natasha Roneeta Prasad of Year 10E

was declared the national winner in Category 2 of the competition.

Congratulations to Natasha for her achievement.

Tremendous spirit of team work prevailed amongst the department teachers

and it has been a pleasure seeing students get the best from their teachers.

The department teachers remained focused on accomplishing department

targets and the department is confident of achieving good results in external

examinations. My sincere thanks and gratitude to all the members of the

department for their co-operation and hard work throughout the year

and may God shower his choicest blessings upon them and their families.

A special thanks to the administrative team for their words of advice and

support throughout the year. Finally I would like to wish the entire exam

going students the very best for their exams and a Merry Christmas and a

prosperous New Year to one and all.

Mrs. Arti Sharan

HOD Commerce.

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Front Row (L-R): Mrs. Nikita

Lata, Mr.Sachindran Sami, Mrs.

Roshni Deo (HOD), Mrs. Rishita

Devi

Back Row (L-R): Mrs.Kajal

Ratan, Miss Pritika Devi, Miss

Mereoni Savui, Mrs. Neetal

Pillay.

It is indeed a great honor for me to contribute towards “Reflector 2019”.

The teaching of Social Science emphasizes the development of

practical and intellectual skills and attitudes. It helps students develop

an understanding and appreciation of our physical and cultural

environment. It also teaches tolerance, understanding, responsibility,

co-operation and equips students with knowledge about the past,

present and future.

The 2019 school year, like other years had been very exciting and

challenging for the members of the department. The department has

endeavored throughout the year to engage students in a variety of

challenging situations such as IDADAIT week, Fiji day, Constitution

day, Climate Change, World Environment day, World Ocean Day,

World Meteorological Day, World Forest Day and World Population

Day. Awareness was created during school assembly.

The Social Science Department consist of teachers teaching Social

Science, Geography and History. I would like to accord my sincere

appreciation and gratitude to the hardworking, enthusiastic

and innovative teachers in the Social Science Department. Mr

Sachindran Sami, Mrs Nikita Lata, Mrs Rishita Devi, Mrs Neetal

Pillay, Mrs Kajal Rattan, Miss Pritika Devi, Miss Mereoni Boseiwaqa,

and Mrs Naomi.

I also extend my sincere thanks to the administrators for their

guidance and assistance towards my department. I wish all the

students who are appearing for external exams the best of luck.

Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year to everyone.

Roshni Lata Deo

Acting HOD Social Science

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Front Row (L-R): Mr. Timoci

Ratulolo, Mr. Sheikh Zoinal

Muhsin (HOD)

Back Row (L-R): Mr. Vinay Vimal

Kumar, Mr. Abel Naicker

THE POWER OF COLLECTIVE EFFICACY

“When a team of educators believe they have the ability to

make a difference, exciting things can happen in a school”

In the 1970’s, Albert Bandura, a psychologist at Stanford

University, uncovered an interesting pattern in workinggroup

dynamics. He observed that a group’s confidence in

its abilities seemed to be associated with greater success. In

other words, when a team of individuals share the belief that

through their unified efforts they can overcome challenges

and produce intended results, groups are more effective.

The term “collective efficacy” is an apt representation of

the industrial arts department’s goals and aspirations.

The department’s shared belief is in its conjoint capability

to organise and execute the courses of action required to

produce given levels of achievement.

Armed with tools and the know-how, unsurpassed and

sincere, the department was blessed with a team of dedicated

teachers in 2019. The department attributes its successes

to the ingenious Mr Abel Naicker, the vivacious Mr Timoci

Ratulolo and not forgetting the infallible Mr Vinay Kumar.

There were many activities note-worthy such as:

Secondary Schools Robocon Competition

The first of its kind in Fiji and a once in lifetime opportunity for

our students and teachers. The students and teachers made

our school proud by being chosen as one of the top five schools

in Fiji to pitch their idea on the national stage of robotics. The

competition was organised by the University of the South

Pacific in conjunction with the Ministry of Education, Heritage

and Arts. Zarin Sharfaraaz Ali, Xi Li Lui, Divnesh Ashneel

Prakash and Ronish Naidu represented the school in Suva,

and were placed third overall in the competition.

Workshop Upgrade

As part of the Technical Drawing and Applied Technology

requirements, the students and teachers undertook the

mammoth task of upgrading the workshop. The students

and teachers were thoroughly involved in the tiling and

painting of the workshop.

It goes without saying that

everyone did a remarkable

job. The workshop is truly

a conducive place for study

and productive learning.

All involved have learnt a

tremendous amount of skills

which will no doubt facilitate

the theoretical teaching that

has been ongoing. This kind

of work ensures our mission

of holistic development is

met.

Department Goals in External Examinations

“Some people dream of success while others wake up and work”

This year the department as a whole has made a collective decision

to attain a 100% pass at all levels of the final examinations. The

teachers and students are well on their way to achieve this goal.

With a teaching fraternity as diverse as ours; we are sure to have a

very good outcome.

Department Motto and Message for 2019 graduates

“Focus on the possibilities for success not on the potential for

failure”. There have been many highs and lows of the year but one

thing is for sure that one cannot prosper without the challenges life

throws at us. So it is important that one focuses on the possibilities

in knowing that all hard work will be rewarded.

To the graduating students: Don’t wait until you reach your goals,

work hard and be proud of yourself. Be proud of every step you

take. You are all special and are destined for great things- believe in

yourselves. Remember too, that if it does not challenge you it won’t

change you.

All the best in all your endeavours. Have a Merry Christmas and a

Productive New Year.

Mr. Sheikh Zoinal Muhsin

HOD Industrial Arts

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Front Row (L-R): Mrs.Dipika

Chand (HOD)

Back Row (L-R): Ms. Arti, Ms.

Monika Devi

Home Economics is one of the subjects in Technical Employment Skills Training at

secondary level. It comprises major areas of study on food, clothing, home, and

family. Home –Economics in general promotes the well-being of individuals, families

and societies through the study of the provision of basic human requirements for

food, clothing and effective resources management.

The Home Economics curriculum provides students with opportunities to

understand basic human necessities and to study the well-being of individuals,

families, and societies, building up their awareness of the various dimensions

affecting well-being.

It is indeed a great honor for the Home – Economics department to contribute

towards “Reflector 2019.” The Vision of the department is to inculcate in students

the skills needed for a worthwhile living. The mission is to provide a peaceful and

resourceful environment that promotes the development of competent and skilled

students.

With the above goal, a strong team of three skillful teachers from Home - Economics

discipline, has guided the students’ enthusiasm throughout 2019. Evidence of

learning was most apparent when teachers set high expectations for their students

and when the students were stimulated and challenged to engage with the learning

process. This was evident in the 100% pass for Years 12 and 13 in past five years.

In addition, the curriculum at the senior secondary level prepares students for

further studies, for work or both. The curriculum at this level will therefore aim

to strike a balance between breadth and depth and to respond to current social,

economic, and technological developments, both globally and locally.

I would like to express my sincere gratitude towards the Management and

Administrative team for their endless support, encouragement, and motivation and

to all stakeholders including the parents who are backbone of our success.

We assure you our best efforts in pursuit for academic excellence and quality

performance.

Dipika Chand

HOD Home Economics

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Front Row (L-R): Mr. Ranit

Singh (HOD)

Back Row (L-R): Mrs. Marylu

Metusela, Mrs. Elesi Ratu, Mrs.

Ashneeta Singh

“Technology has forever changed the world we line in. We are online,

in one way or another, all day long. Our phones and computers have

become reflections of our personalities, our interests and our identities.

They hold much that is important to us.” – James Comey.

I have much pleasure in presenting the report for the Computer

Department for the year 2019. This department comprises of two

subjects: Computer Studies and Office Technology. The department is

proudly represented by four teachers where three are Computer Studies

teachers and one is an Office Technology teacher. Office Technology as a

subject is offered at Year 9 and 10 where 136 students do the subject and

Computer Studies is offered in Year 11, 12 and 13 where 170 students do

the subject.

The two Computer labs are well equipped with computers and free internet

service for students to do educational research at absolutely no cost at all and are

available for students during recess and lunch for use.

The TEST WEEK was a success whereby the Computer & Office Technology subjects

was promoted to the students of Tavua College. A lot of charts, models and videos

was presented to the students. During the week long programme computer

students helped other students in setting up the email account

With yet another year to end, so much has been learnt, experienced and

treasured for both the students and the teachers.

On behalf of the Computer Studies Department, wishing Best of Luck to all

students sitting for external examinations. Merry Christmas and a Prosperous

New Year to all well-wishers of Tavua College – Tavua.

Mr. Ranit Singh

HOD Computer Studies/Office Technology

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Front Row (L-R): Mr. Praneel

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Back Row (L-R): Mrs. Timaleti

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Agriculture is the Science or practice of farming, including cultivation of the soil

for the growing of crops and the rearing of animals to provide food, wool, and

other products. Agricultural Education is the teaching of Agriculture, natural

resources and land use management and is undertaken to prepare students

for employment in Agricultural sector.

The adoption of Agricultural Science in school curriculum helps in social and

economical development of our nation. Agricultural Education represents a

food, fiber and natural resource system that employs people and provides for

the well-being of our state and nation.

The learning of Agricultural Science at Tavua College has given students an

opportunity to develop and appreciate for an interest in field of Agriculture

and to establish a basic foundation for students who wish to study Agriculture

at Tertiary levels. Considering the need for exposure, department displays

were organized during the TEST week to enhance learning and promotion of

Agriculture as a subject. The practical sessions urge students to augment their own

capabilities by emphasizing on activity based farming.

The department comprises of 3 teachers who have worked hard throughout the year

and were able to successfully deliver the prescribed curriculum at various levels and

prepare students for external examinations. Evidence of learning was most apparent

when teachers set high expectations for their students and when the students were

stimulated and challenged to engage with the learning process. This was evident

where 7 students scored more than 90% in the year 13 Agricultural Science paper to

excel 100% pass for Years 13, 89% pass for Year 12 and 56% pass for Year 10.

At this juncture, I thank my department teachers for their commitment, and cooperation

towards teaching of Agricultural Science.

Finally, I would like to thank the Principal, Vice Principal, Assistant Principal, staff,

students for their continuous support during the year.

Wishing all the students the best of luck in their exams. Merry Christmas and a Happy

New Year to one and all

Praneel Kumar

HOD Agricultural Science

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(L-R): Mr. Mohammed Risban (HOD),

Mr. Josateki Vakavalagi

Pemac subjects contribute to increased achievement in academic subjects

and the overall health and well-being of young children at Tavua College.

It supports the student growth and development beyond the classroom

both physically and educationally. Decision-making and visual learning

skills are also supported in classes for students as they are required to use

creativity and critical-thinking skills during Pemac classes.

Art education plays a very important role in students growth and

development beyond the art classroom both physically and educationally

therefore this year an art room has been established for students to carry

out practical in conducive environment.

The following skills were taught during Pemac classes:

• Drawings using different mediums.

• Paintings – Landscape, still – life

• Weaving of mats, purse, basket

• Playing Musical instruments. During religious functions

in school student displayed their acquired skills using

Indian musical instruments, guitar, keyboard, drums.

• Physical Education classes were used to promote

healthy living style, basic sports skills.

2019 has been a very productive and successful year for Pemac department. Apart

from teaching and learning in the classroom, we have extremely performed well in

all extra – curricular activities at district, zonal and at national level.

- Retaining of Ra, Tavua and Vatukoula boys and girls division winner in athletics

- Won two gold medals at Coca- Cola games by Yeshnil Karan in 1500m in senior

boys’ grade and 3000m in open boys’ grade.

- Tavua / Vatukoula Netball Association was revived. Tavua College played a

pivotal role in revival of the association. Tavua College participated in the district

competition in under15/17/19 grade and won the under 17 grade. The team

also represented the College and district at the Zonal Competition.

- Under 17 Rugby team participated in Western Secondary Schools Rugby Union

Competition. Won the Ba/ Tavua / Ra zone competition.

- Under 17 rugby team was runner in Western Secondary Schools Rugby finals.

- The Under 17 rugby team created a history for first time qualified for the Deans

Quarter finals. (Fiji Secondary Schools Rugby Union)

- Participated in the Under15/17/ 19 grades FSSFA- Tavua Secondary Schools

Football Association. Was delayed the winner in all three grades.

- Under 15 soccer won the Ba / Tavua/ Rakiraki Zone competition and represented

the College in FSSFA Championship 2019.

- Under 19 soccer team participated in FSSFA Championship 2019 and created a

history by winning the championship.

We wish to take this opportunity to thank everyone associated with Tavua College for your continuous support in our quest for glory. We

wish all a happy holiday.

May God bless us all.

Mohammed Risban

HOD – Pemac

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Sitting (L-R): Mr. M. Shameer

(HOD), Mr. E . Taoi

Standing (L-R): Mrs.M.

Waqabaca, Mrs. S.Singh

Vocational Education overtime has become a core component of the global

education movement. Trade skills demand worldwide has opened diverse

areas of opportunities for students who take up trade based qualification as

career choices. Employment skills training centre enhances the knowledge

and skills of students in various discipline. The centre is operational under

the Ministry Of Education and it caters for a two year course in Hospitality

Operations, Fashion and design and a one year Program for Fabrication

and Welding. The students are engaged in practical and theoretical skills

they undergo hands on training attachment at various industries.

Throughout the year, teachers of the department facilitated the teaching

and learning of Hospitality operation and Fabrication & Welding using

various strategies so as to prepare students for industrial attachment

and at the same the same time develop their lifelong learning skills and

knowledge. The practical sessions urged students to augment capabilities

by emphasizing on activity based learning. The department focused on

upgrading the talents of the child to tackle the challenges that life has to

offer.

Students who have attained training at this respected institution have

today joined successful trade careers locally and even abroad. Our Fijian

economy is expanding in various trade areas specially in tourism and

hospitality and therefore these are areas our students can tap in and thrive.

The graduating students were given trade developing tools for them to

pursue the same trade after living school. The Catering students were given

the kitchen equipment’s and the welders were given the welding plants .

I, at this juncture acknowledge the management, School principal and

staff for all the support rendered to our centre. We are working relentlessly

to provide quality education to our children as envisioned by the Ministry

Of Education and thank all stakeholders who have and are partnering with

us in this drive. I wish all students graduating the very best in their future

endeavours.

A very merry Christmas and a blissful new year to all.

Mohammed Shameer

HOD Employment Skills & Training Centre

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Administrators

Ancillary Staff

Discipline Committee

OHS Committee

Special Committees 2019

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Special Committees 2019

Level Coordinators

Religious Committee

Social Committee

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YEAR 13A

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Thripti, Aksayal, Deepashna, Teresia, Loata, Mrs Yashoda Goundar (YT), Anjleen (YP), Mashni, Navnita, Sristika, Vanisha

Sulueti, Akeneta, Sheetal, Penina, Vani, Reesha, Reapi, Amelia, Kashmita, Luisa, Swastika, Anisa

Eremasi, Mohit, Danish, Ronish, Vilimoni, Nacanieli, Misaele, Timoci, Shyamal, Ronil

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YEAR 13B

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Jasyleen, Upashna, Joti, Nandani, Pooja (DYP), Mr. Mohammed Mohsin Shuaib (YT), Ajinesh (YP), Vere Vani, Asishna,

Dilasha, Ansu

Naula, Neha, Mereleki, Joseph, Divnesh, Kalivati, Shahil, Shivneet, Roushal, Anjali, Evleen, Prisha

Ravitesh, Savenaca, Gurvindar, Kilioni, Ajitesh, Prashik, Libario, Shivnesh, Seruvi, Sandeep, Noah

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YEAR 13C

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Nishika, Sheemal, Shania, Nehal, Prateek (DYP), Mrs.Lynn Deo (YT), Sagrika (DYP), Shwaran, Deepika, Akashni, Shiona

Shayal, Swastika, Vidneeta, Priya, Taraivini, Sawantika, Shayal, Amisha, Priyanka

Sarvesh, Netani, Krishnil, Edwin, Avishek, Shivikesh, Aniketh, Ziya, Shafee, Yeshnil, Avneel, Nivshil

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YEAR 12A

Front Row (L-R): Vilimaina T., Saliha K., Ashika N., Darshika D., Alitia K. (YP), Ashneeta Singh (YT), Risha K. (DYP), Vanshika S.,

Shayukta R., Ranshika L.

Middle Row (L-R): Pritika D., Salote N., Shivika D., Shayal C., Shaniya D., Arishna D., Karalaini K., Shyna K., Aseri C.

Back Row (L-R): Ajnesh K., Ashneel K., Niraj M., Ritikesh N., Sitiveni R., Shanish K., Abhishek G.

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Answ: C

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YEAR 12B

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Arishna, Shivanjali, Shayal, Ravikesh (YP), Mr. Krishneel Prasad (YT), Mr. Vinay Kumar (Assistant YT), Shannon (DYP),

Archana, Aseri, Ashlyn

Arishna, Shivanjali, Shayal, Ravikesh (YP), Mr. Krishneel Prasad (YT), Mr. Vinay Kumar (Assistant YT), Shannon (DYP),

Archana, Aseri, Ashlyn

Krishanth, Anitelu, Livai, Mathew, Mavishek, Iseveli, Prinay, Rishal, Krist, Suraj, Divnesh, Solomone, Prajesh

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YEAR 12C

Front Row (L-R): Sereana R, Nishi N, Shania K, Susana D., Shaleshni D., Shartika Prasad (YT), Ashrita D. (YP), Unaisi L., Neha R., Ela T.

Middle Row (L-R): Eseta S., Sereana S., Shiveeka C., Vaciseva K., Asenaca F., Lily V., Irinieta M., Teresia R., Julie P., Shaniya C.

Back Row (L-R): Sulueti T., Selai N., Inikasio T., Salvesh K., Deeptesh K., Mosese S., Viliame V., Inia M., Saula M., Joeli D., Siteri G.,

Merelita N.

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YEAR 12D

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Merlyn, Sunveer, Davnil, Arieta (DYP), Mrs Neetal Pillay (YT), Mosese (YP), Darish, Paula, Melania

Asena, Filomena, Ateca, Anaisi, Siteri, Menani, Lusia, Katarina, Vani

Victor, Jone, Avishek, Zarin, Sikeli, Saiyad, Fiteli, Kameli, Tomasi, Abdul

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YEAR 12E

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Absent:

Vasita, Caroleen, Namrita, Shiafa, Akene (YP), Mrs Prangili Chetty (YT), Rishant (DYP), Rashika, Shaliya, Amvashni, Shenal

Palvi, Ateca, Laite, Tripti, Ansheta, Dakuitoga, Luisa, Eka, Inivala, Suneha

Donato, Praveet, Avikash, Usaia, Zameer, Hirthik, Anikrit, Virimi, Rahi, Aliki, Sashneet

Anishkar

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YEAR 11A

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Upkashna, Shriya, Rachana, Akansha, Kushalni (YP), Mrs. Marylu Singh (YT), Ilaisa (DYP), Kristina, Sheetal, Reaha,

Shania

Riya, Sheemal, Ashlyn, Mareta, Ane, Himanshu, Zaphia, Kritika, Shivashna, Aachal

Shental, Abisha, Ema, Ravikash, Shynal, Arnav, Shavneet, Seremaia, Lomani, Karishma, Materea

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YEAR 11B

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Swasti, Shriti, Karalaini, Ashlini, Riya (DYP), Miss. Doreen Ram (YT), Sakaraia (YP), Keleraani, Pooja, Hishita, Loreen

Namrata, Shruti, Varisila, Anisha, Fazilat, Zaynah, Priyanka, Monishka, Ashna

Lai, Vulori, Shafeel, George, Aron, Danish, Adi Kelera, Ana

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YEAR 11C

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Absent:

Vasiti, Mererai, Adi Veniana, Ranadi (YP), Mrs. Timaleti Waqatakona (YT), Malakai (YP), Elena, Merewalesi, Elenoa,

Kavetani

Naiwauduana, Nemani, Seruwaia, Lavenia, Melina, Kelera, Salanieta, Mikaele, Siliwale

Makara, Emosi, Aisake, Jovilisi, Jese, Sione, Irinale, Senitiki, Viliame, Sikeli

Verenaisi, George, Vatureba

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YEAR 11D

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Absent:

Kathleen, Alumita, Salanieta, Selai(DYP), Mrs Tamanivalu(YP), Anmol(YC), Roing, Alesi, Neha.

Lusiana, Sulita, Makelesi, Miriama, Caroline, Elizabeth, Vasemaca, Marlyn, Naika, Mereseini.

Shanish, Avichal, Sakiusa, Malakai, Stanly, Ayush, Kritesh, Tevita, Sahil, Rishant.

Sereana, Ateca, Lekima, Aushnil

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YEAR 11E

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Sikhsha, Ashika, Varisila, Suliana (DYP), Mrs. Sonam Goundar (YT), Saahil (YP), Salanieta, Atika, Akshay

Ganesh, Avikesh, Avishek, Sanill, Sione, Amar, Joape, Laveti, Rohan, Ropate

Pete, Shivnay, Dhiraj, Melvin, Emori, Mosese, Josevata, Mohammed, Gabrieli, Senirusi, Salauca, Ratunaisa

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YEAR 11F

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Shayaan, Avnit, Sushant,Kaushik (DYP), Mrs. Rishita Devi (YT),Rikanshi(YP),Jolame, Apenisa, Jeshnil.

Faazlin, Manshika, Litiana,Vika,Ashmit, Dipshika,Bari, Sonika, Miriama,Asena,Taraivini,Temani.

Dipshek, Shymal,Mitesh,Anushay,Ilimeleki,Muzammil,Krishu, Vecueli, Eliyaz,Kritikesh,Pratish

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YEAR 10A

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Rishika, Vani, Chanell, , Sidhi (YP), Mrs. Navneeta Naidu (YT), Ansh (DYP), Tanisha, Shalia, Khushika.

Etuate, Shaniya, Sonia, Astha, Sarah, Palpreet, Evelyn, Shain, Litiana, Alowesi, Raijeli, Manmeet

Sidhaarth, Pius, John, Adarsh ,Dipshay , Kavish , Divnesh, Alpreet, Rishal, Riaan, Nikhil

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YEAR 10B

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Ashita, Tokasa, Jesicca, Sailoama, Amol (DYP), Mrs. Navneeta Naidu (YT), Divya (YP), Thrishalini, Archana, Kristal,

Shyna.

Elizabeth, Ema, Ritika, Lusiana Nayara, Nandika, Adi, Salaseini,Lusiana Nima, Yashna, Viniana, Akosita, Anisha, Riya,

Loata.

Navneet, Vinish, Sujal, Shahil, Raymond, Rahul, Prishal, Krishneel, Abdul, William, Rishan, Alim.

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YEAR 10C

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Priyashna, Ashna, Riyansha, Rahul (DYP),Mr. Praneel Kumar (AYT) Mrs. Kajal Rattan (YT), Vanshika (YP), Sansika,

Priyashni, Priyanka

Vansheeka, Manshika, Astuti, Mere, Maraia, Asena, Mereani, Grace, Niwashna, Unaisi

Sidhaarth, Pius, John, Adarsh ,Dipshay , Kavish , Divnesh, Alpreet, Rishal, Riaan, Nikhil

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YEAR 10D

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Dev, Aman, Shalvin, Mishel (YP) Miss Pritika Devi (YT), Sitiveni (DYP), Juita, Shivash, Amani

Naomi.L, Mere, Meresiana, Kinisimere, Naomi.A, Emele, Manshi, Elenani

Mark, Akeai, Mamueli, Gabriel, Rishu

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YEAR 10E

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Shinal, Ashnit, Dishika, Ethan(YP), Mrs. Elesi Ratu (YT), Melvish (DYP), Natasha P, Supriya, Shimran

Pawan, Amisha, Fareen, Mererai, Simran, Shayna, Esiteri, Amanda, Shahil.

Tanoa. Kavitesh, Nahshon, Raajish, Divarshik, Anushil, Fizaz

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YEAR 10F

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Jone, Edward, Poate, Adi Vulori (YP) ,Miss Monika Devi (YT), Lendus (DYP), Ilai, Ratu Meli, Kavetani.

Makereta, Cecelia, Rejieli, Litia, Torika, Melea, Ulamila, Sereana, Vani

Esa, Sione, Ilaisa, Koroi, Penijamini, Atunaisa, Ravneet, Sesoni, Akash

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YEAR 9A

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Ryna, Aditi, Seini, Shewta (YP), Mrs Vika Tora (DYT), Inoke (DYP), Kajol, Sonia, Sneha

Shahil, Krishal, Vandita, Riya, Sera, Reeshal, Aaishah, Shyna, Kristika, Alina, Sanjil, Moape

Varinava, Ayush, Vetaia, Dipnesh Luo, Aminiasi, Kalendra, Vishekh, Manish, Shivinesh, Shivinal

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YEAR 9B

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Shyne, Ashley, Divashna, Ekari (DYP), Mrs Prita Goundar (DYT), Mr Abel Naicker (YT), Ashitosh (YP), Faazila, Ayesha,

Shinuka

Kini, Kepirieli, Filimone, Riya, Mereani, Kelera, Maraia, Vasemaca, Seleima, Sainiana

Ritikh, Shakeel, Shavin, Shoheeb, Ajesh, Kushmeet, Yashneel, Apenisa, Shivam, Divnesh

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YEAR 9C

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Shahil, Viliame, John Paul, Saakshi (YP), Mrs Kajal Prasad (YT), Mrs Mariana Vokiti (DYT), Rishal (DYP), Aisake, Tebuna,

Dhiraj

Ryna, Mere, Ashnita, Sainimili, Venina, Merewalesi, Shynal, Artika

Disha, Sheweta, James, Vereimi, Vetaia, Saiyad, Valeria, Rut

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YEAR 9D

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Shavnil ,Krishan, Viliame, Sweta (DYP), Miss Sonika Lata (AYT), Mosese , Avnil Masedrokadroka ,Karalo

Illisoni, Jashneel, Litiana, Uludai, Lanieta, Adiemi, Habibah, Amisha, Karolina, Jone, Suliasi

Abhilash ,kaviya, Iqran ,Freddy, Jeremiah, Solomone, Ranvir, Petero, Mataiasi, Vikanshay, Manasa

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YEAR 9E

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Bulou, Jestin, Silovate, Niklesh (DYP), Mrs.Yogeeta Seth (YT), Abirati, (YP) Snehal, Avantika, Shymni

Waisake, Lusiana, Farad, Fulori, Veniana, Vasenai, Shania, Salome, Jaymie, Aral

Puneet, Navindran, Sohil, Mazhar, Epineri, David, Asham, Kushal, Kunal

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YEAR 9F

Front Row (L-R):

Middle Row (L-R):

Back Row (L-R):

Ateca, Riya, Sereana, Amitesh, MRS. Dipika Chand (YT), Sally, Senimili, Melaia, Shristika

Pravnish, Rejeili, Susana, Anaseini, Veniana, Makelesi, Mereoni, Vani, Shivanjali, Ritikesh

Veenal, Samuela, Amlesh, Manshil, Niraj, Sahil, Kini, Ananiasa, Thomas, Nacanieli, Sireli, Tamish

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Hotel and Catering

Year 1

Back Row (L-R): E. Rayasi, V.Yaco, S. Sauniveikau, P. Prasad, J. Vueti, T. Nakure, V. Chandra,

A. Ali

Front Row (L-R): S. Ali, M. Mudaliar, S. Prasad, M. Waqabaca(YT), S. Singh(AYT), A. Cristy,

M. Mudaliar, N. Khan.

Fabrication and

Welding

Back Row (L-R): M. Vunisa, T.Koto, J.Daunitutu, K. Rattan, I. Bose (YC), M. Fizaz, A. Prasad,

T. Rauto.

Front Row (L-R): S.Prasad, M.Soqo, R.Prasad, Mr. E.Taoi (YT), R. Rohan , A.Buli, R.Goundar.

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ENERGY SAVER TEAM

TEAM MATHEMATICS

ROBOCON TEAM

CANTEEN STAFF

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U19 SOCCER SQUAD

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