Is Zoella being added to the school curriculum?!


We obvs dream of binge-watching Zoella’s videos during a Maths lesson so we wouldn’t be surprised to dream her up and place her into a test. But what if it was actually real?!

That totally happened to Moll and we’re jealous AF. Seeing Zoella pop up in Maths would have totally changed the game for us.

We’re pretty sure that Zoe could worm her way into the Curriculum eventually – she’s inspired so many teens it’d be silly to leave her out!

Her book club would be the BEST way to get reluctant readers turning those pages in English and studying her videos and how she makes them look so dang good would be totally perf in IT. But we think Maths could be totally revolutionised with a dose of Zoella. There’d be no more trains waiting in stations, it’ll actually be FUN.

We think these questions would be WAY better on school tests!

Zoella sells 490 book club books in the first day of launching. Of those 490 sold, only 4% get returned and 7% get exchanged. How many books did Zoe actually end up selling?

If Zoella spent 3 hours vlogging each day for a month, what percentage of her time did Zoella spend vlogging in February?

If one of Zoella’s YouTube videos takes 26 minutes to upload, how many could she fully upload in six hours?

Zoe and Nala go for a walk. They go 4km before Zoe gets a call from Mark Ferris asking her to meet for a coffee. Mark is 3 miles away. How many km does Zoe walk in total?

Zoella has 78 Lush bath bombs. Alfie uses 7% for a secret pamper session. How many bath bombs does Zoe have left?

Would you like Zoella to be on the curriculum? Which lesson do you think she should be a part of?

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Written by Sophie Waters

Sophie is the Head of Commercial at Maximum Pop! Having studied English Lit and Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, she came to MP! to satisfy her passion for books. Sophie is a diehard Hufflepuff and feminist. She's also a huge cat lover, and can often be found rocking her socks off at a gig.

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