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It is the end of the summer holidays for Greg Bennett, an 11-year-old boy in the quiet Devon village of Chudleigh. By the end of the day, however, his life will never be the same again.
The magical world has become a reality for Greg Bennett, but as fourth-year Matthew Sawyer introduces his neighbour to the details of Hogwarts life, he discovers that some stories are not so easy to tell.
Magic is a reality for Greg and Matthew, but as the older boy begins to explain the history of the school, and the two children prepare for their journey on the Hogwarts Express, Matt finds himself sharing more than he had planned. Slytherin House is more than just a dormitory.
Greg sets foot on the Hogwarts Express, and into the Castle, for the first time - but what will the Sorting Hat have in store for him - and how will Matthew deal with the sorting of his neighbour?
History of Magic
Lessons start at Hogwarts for Greg and the other first-year Slytherins, as Professor Binns begins the term by finding a way to make the Battle of Hogwarts sound boring. Old wars, however, are far from the new pupils' thoughts after the lesson.
Isaac, Theo and Greg find themselves meeting the Quidditch coach as the muggle-born boys get onto their brooms for the first time.
It's the first Quidditch Practice of the season for the Slytherin boys: an opportunity to learn more about the game, and the positions... or to learn more about one another than they had expected.
The Quidditch team starts to take shape; meanwhile, the first-year Slytherins meet their Head of House in their first Potions lesson.
Isaac, Greg and Glyn pay the penalty for their hasty words the previous day: words, after all, can be dangerous weapons.
With the first-years having met all of their new professors, they began to settle in to the routine of the new school year. As any teacher will tell you, however, lessons rarely go to plan.
The Christmas term ticks onwards as the castle begins to build up to the first games of the Quidditch season, as Slytherin take on Gryffindor.
Slytherin vs Gryffindor
It's the first game of the Quidditch season. Are Greg and the Slytherin team ready for the defending champions?
Blood and Water
The aftermath of the first Quidditch match of the season leads the Slytherin boys to learn more about themselves - and the wizarding world - than they really wanted to find out.
Our history is full of the same lesson: a name can be the most powerful weapon of all.
The boys begin their Christmas holidays, and find that their research into their History of Magic project begins to lead them in an unexpected direction.
The Easter term starts at Hogwarts, and for the Slytherin boys there's more than one reason that Ravenclaw's on their mind.
Classes continue as the Easter term moves onwards, but there is more to be learned than just what's on the lesson plans.
Sometimes things are a little too close to home.
Sometimes the truth needs to be told.
Two important matches take place, both in the British and Irish League and at Hogwarts, whilst the boys meet a former pupil who can sympathise with the Slytherins' struggles.
As the dust settles on the end of the regular Quidditch season, thoughts in the Castle turn to the upcoming exam week. For the Slytherins, however, an old piece of homework starts to come in more useful than they could ever have imagined.
The History of Magic can be deathly dull sometimes. At others, however, everything can all seem rather too close to home.
As Hogwarts looks ahead to the final weeks of term, the first-years find themselves being drawn deeper and deeper into the story of the Wild Hunt and the Tregeagles.
The first-years may have achieved a truce, but there is still much more to be done as Tregeagle's countdown ticks onwards
It's a waiting game at Hogwarts - but no one knows quite how long they will be waiting, or indeed what they're ultimately waiting for...
The Hunt may have been defeated, but - for both teachers and students - there are still a great many questions left to be asked.
End of Term
The overhanging threat of the Wild Hunt has passed for now, but, as the year draws to a close, there are still the small questions of the end-of-year exams, and the Quidditch Cup playoff.
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