So heat magazine has been added to the GCSE curriculum and we’re obsessed

Pretty sure this means we've officially made it

heat magazine gcse

by Eden-Olivia Lord |

It's only taken us two decades but heat magazine is officially in the GCSE curriculum.

All those Love Island, TOWIE and Celebrity Big Brother news stories have FINALLY paid off and now media studies students are going to learn about our iconic mag as part of their GCSEs.

Sorry but if celebrity news - ,and more specifically heat magazine - were on the syllabus when we were at school, we'd probably have studied at Oxford or Cambridge.

Better late than never we guess.

It's not just heat mag that's been added to the curriculum but also Kiss Radio's Breakfast Show and one of our favourite footballers Marcus Rashford who has quite literally changed the UK thanks to his campaign for free school meals in the UK.

Sandra Allan, AQA’s head of curriculum for Creative Arts, has spoken about the update and said, "I’m really excited by the changes we’ve made – they’re engaging and relevant and will inspire and motivate."

She continued, "Marcus Rashford is one of the most influential and inspirational young people in the UK, so students can learn a huge amount from how he uses social media to make a real impact.

"It’s not just an opportunity for them to learn about social media – it’s also a great way to learn about important social and race issues as part of our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in the curriculum."

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She added, "Media studies is a contemporary and interactive subject which encourages students to develop their creative, analytical, research and communication skills, through exploring a range of media forms and perspectives.

"There has never been a better time to become a media studies student."

And we might keep you up to date with the best celebrity news stories but we've also launched the Where's Your Head At Campaign - that's calling to make a mental health first aid a legal requirement in the workplace.

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