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TIE BOOKS For Primary and Pre-Primary English Medium 2023


TIE BOOKS For Primary and Pre-Primary English Medium 2023

What’s the Tie online books for primary schools from

The list of Tie books below is from th official Tie library service, now you can open and read all Tie online books at this page.

How to get Tie Books for primary school

Getting Tie books is so much easy, just scroll down to this page to find your books then click on OPEN to open and read a Tie book for primary school from pre-primary to standard seven.

What books are available on This page.

This page contains Tie books for primary school and pre-primary English medium schools.

Pre-primary education

In the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which Tanzania ratified in 1991, there are two arguments that emphasize the importance of Early Childhood Education.

It argues that it should be a basic right for all young children and that it yields high economic returns for a nation’s development.

Tanzania was one of the first African countries to ratify this policy as well as a number of others such as the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child.

While they are progressive and see pre-primary education as a basic right, it is not mandatory and is up to parents whether or not their child attends before the age of five.

There is low public awareness about the importance of early education, especially in rural communities. It is accessible to about 40% of pre-primary aged children, and the government is not currently making strides to increase this.

About 8.6% of teachers in pre-primary education are professionally qualified, and nutrition, physical health, and mental health, are not priorities of the system.

The curriculum focuses on teachers delivering curriculum in numeracy and literacy, with little room for feedback, questions, or more ‘creative learning’ such as storytelling, art, or peer interaction.

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List of all TIE Books for Primary and Pre-Primary Schools

The following list below contains all latest Tie books for primary and Pre-Primary English medium schools. Click OPEN to open a book and read.



Standard six OPEN
Standard Five OPEN
Combined  OPEN
Bonjour      1 OPEN 

Bonjour 2 OPEN

Pre-primary Books  TO READ OPEN 
Early Literacy and Communication OPEN
Caring for Our Health OPEN
Early Arithmetic OPEN
Caring for the Environment OPEN
Sports, Games and Arts OPEN

More Tie books for primary school OPEN

Standard one Books  OPEN TO READ
Health and Environment standard one OPEN
Reading OPEN
Arithmetics  OPEN
Writing OPEN
sports and Art OPEN  
Reading OPEN

Standard Two Books   OPEN TO READ
Arithmetics OPEN
Reading OPEN
sports and Art OPEN
Writing OPEN
Health and Environment OPEN   OPEN

Standard Three Books  OPEN TO READ
Mathematics OPEN
English OPEN
Civic and Moral OPEN
Social Studies OPEN
Science and Technology OPEN  OPEN

Standard Four Books   OPEN TO READ OPEN
Civic and Moral OPEN
English OPEN
Mathematics OPEN
Science and Technology. OPEN
Social Studies OPEN  OPEN

Standard Five Books    OPEN TO READ
Civics and Moral Education  OPEN.
English  OPEN
Mathematics    OPEN
Science and Technology   OPEN
Vocational Skills     OPEN
Social Studies OPEN OPEN

Standard Six Books       OPEN TO READ
civics and moral OPEN
English OPEN
mathematics OPEN
social studies OPEN.
science and technology OPEN
vocational skills OPEN OPEN
Standard Seven Books    OPEN TO READ

Civic and Moral OPEN
English OPEN
Science and Technology OPEN
Mathematics OPEN
Social Studies OPEN
Vocational Skills OPEN OPEN

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Primary Education Tanzania

The Arusha Declaration in 1967 provided for Tanzania to adopt a community-based learning education system, where each area, regardless of its wealth or urban or rural character, assesses its own needs and makes appropriate policies to meet them.

Primary education is compulsory and free, except for school supplies. And taught in Kiswahili if through the public system. As mentioned, private primary education is English medium and much more expensive.

About 8,247,000 children in Tanzania are enrolled in primary education Education In Tanzania, which is about 80 percent of total pupils in the nation.

On average, 86.5 percent of Tanzania’s primary scool aged children are enrolled, which is a decrease from 97 percent in 2007. As enrollment increased with accessibility, educational quality decreased.

The number of classrooms were too low, especially in rural areas, often causing 100-200 students to be in one classroom, and at ten government schools, there was only one teacher to teach them.

Teacher to student ratio was, on average, 1:51, and textbook to student ratio was about 1:10 (as of 2018). Tanzania has plans to employ around 10,000 primary school teachers this year and is trying to focus on their credentials.

Standard primary curriculum

The Tanzania Institute of Education is the main body responsible for developing the curriculum. It prepares programs, syllabi, and pedagogical materials such as handbooks and laboratory manuals.

It also specifies standards for educational materials, trains teachers in curriculum innovations, monitors curriculum implementation in schools, and evaluates and approves manuscripts intended for school use.

The curriculum is composed of twelve subjects: Kiswahili, Mathematics, Science, Geography, Civics, History, English language, vocational subjects, French, Religion, Information and Communication Technology, and school sports.

Cultural activities include poetry, drama, music, art, and sports. The focus of the curriculum is the development of the following competencies among learners: critical and creative thinking, communication, numeracy, technology literacy, personal and social life skills, and independent learning.

Agriculture has also been added to the curriculum, especially in rural areas, which is helpful in getting into the job market after schooling.

Kiswahili only became the official language of primary education in 1968 after Tanzania’s independence, and this led to much linguistic discontinuity between primary and secondary education.

Unless children are enrolled in private primary education which is taught in English, language comes as a barrier to pursuing higher education.

Conclusion on TIE Books for Primary School

Regarding the provided Tie books above, it’s clear that you get the right books for primary and Pre-Primary English medium schools. In case you need help with this list of latest tie books write in a comment section below.


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