Astronomy (All Years)
Professor Priaulx (Bay Quartz)
Study the northern circumpolar constellations so you can recognise them and how you would go about recognising them in relation to polaris. Work does not need handing in. Use the long gallery for inspiration
Defense Against the Dark Arts (All Years)
Professor Irelund (Nora Irelund)
your homework: How might you identify a Dark Wizard or Witch in a crowd? What qualities set them aside from other Witches and Wizards, and can you tell? At least three feet of parchment, due next class. If one were to decide that, say… Using Dark Arts was the only way to save the extended family of the entire Wizarding World, what sort of Witch or Wizard would that kind of thinking produce? Have we seen the like? You should discuss that in your essays as well.
Herbology (All Years)
Professor Dumorney (Ebediyet Snowpaw)
Homework at least two rolls of parchment on Bouncing Bulb.
Transfiguration (All Years)
Professor Mordus (RodgautMordus Resident)
‘Which of the four main branches of Transfiguration is the most challenging and why?’ Please answer this question in essay format, but in reverse. Due 30th of March.
Xylomancy (All Years)
Professor Evanovich (Meaghan Zuta)
Your assignment is to compose three questions, addressing concerns of the past, present, and future. Submit them for credit, but also keep them handy as we will be attempting to use them for practical work in the coming weeks.
Extra Credit (max twice a week)
Professor Dracheblume (AriannavonDracheBlume Resident)
Tend to the Compost bins by the greenhouses for extra credit. Full instructions are in a box by the barrels. Will earn HUD and house points.
((Each extra credit can be done once a week, for 10 points and a skill point.))