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Grayson Hughes


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PostSubject: Transfiguration Lesson 3 (Years 1-4)   Wed 11 Jul 2018 - 4:06

Nearing the end of his first year teaching, Grayson was simultaneously worried about how his students would do on their exams, and relieved that he had managed to survive the whole year without anything too dramatic happening. Sure, it hadn't gone perfectly, but he hadn't expected it to. At least as far as he knew, he'd still be teaching next year.

He had a soft spot for his younger class. He felt more confident around them, and more relaxed. He also felt like he had more freedom, since the standardized, Ministry-issued exams did not affect them yet. So as the year drew to a close, and the class as a whole seemed to be getting the hang of all the basic fundamental elements of the subject, Grayson thought something fun was in order to round off the year. Something flashy, but not as challenging as it seemed.

This lesson would probably get messy, but Grayson had decided it was worth it. The kids deserved to have this experience, and if all went well, it would build confidence in their own abilities, and hopefully compel them to learn more. That being said, he had some precautions in place - any potential exits into the castle proper were sealed and charmed so that nothing could escape, and he had kept his lesson plan as organized as possible to prevent any true chaos from unfolding. He just hoped things would go according to plan.

The classroom setting was nothing special today. The only thing really noteworthy was the word written on the board: Avifors.


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PostSubject: Re: Transfiguration Lesson 3 (Years 1-4)   Fri 13 Jul 2018 - 1:58

The last two terms had proven to Mimosa that taking Transfiguration was a good idea. Professor Hughes always came up with fun things for them to do and hardly ever called for reading of the textbook, which suited the young witch just fine. Not fond of the written word on an average day, the young Slytherin especially didn't want to spend her last few days of the school year reading.

No, she had much better things to do, like pack for her confirmed upcoming trip to India. What was even better though was that she would not be going alone.

It had taken a lot of time and persuasion but in the end, Mrs. Williams had relented and now, Mimosa would be flying off to the south Asian continents with her best friend by her side. Mimosa was so excited, she could barely stay still. She could' wait to show Mercy EVERYTHING in India and in her excitement, was sure that it was indeed possible.

The girl had been up in Gryffindor Tower talking to Mercy non stop as Bushrah watched from the corners, only interrupting the Slytherin to remind her that they had class. Mimosa had made a face but followed the hijab clad girl out, waving goodbye to everyone else. The duo arrived just behind Seema and Jia En who were worriedly talking about the upcoming exams.

"Hi Professor Hughes," Mimosa called out cheerily walking to her usual table and siting down. There weren't any books in sight so things were already looking up.


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