Well now we know what Miss Cahill will be getting up to while we are at home!
J K Rowling and her Wizarding World partners have launched Harry Potter At Home, to help children, parents, carers and teachers who are at home during the coronavirus outbreak.
This is a new digital hub with information and activities for children, parents and carers, it will be hosted on WizardingWorld.com. The Harry Potter at Home hub is a space for children to discover Harry Potter, either on their own, or reading and listening together with parents, carers and loved ones. Wizarding Wednesdays on the hub and on social media will provide creative and craft activities, quizzes and fun things to do for parents and carers, and an email newsletter every Friday will bring fresh ideas to households.
Please CLICK HERE to access the Harry Potter at Home hub and see all the wonderful treats and tricks that are waiting for you!
The British Library in London is currently hosting an exhibition called Harry Potter: A History of Magic.
The exhibition shares a history of magic using historical artefacts related to magical topics, as well as old drawings, manuscripts and synopses created by J.K. Rowling herself whilst writing Harry Potter.
The collection is divided—like the original exhibition—into various subjects, most of which are taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry: Potions, Herbology, Charms, Astronomy, Divination, Defence Against the Dark Arts, Care of Magical Creatures, and Alchemy.
We are luck enough to be able to visit this amazing exhibition from home! CLICK HERE to access the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition.