It was back to school with a difference for pupils from Queens’ School, Hertfordshire, when Year Seven, the equivalent of first year in Scotland, were treated to their first assembly in the Hogwarts Great Hall which features in the Harry Potter films.
The young muggles from Queens’ School in Watford were left spellbound by their experience in the hall where Harry Potter, Hermione Granger and Ron Weasley had spent some of their time at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Pupil Natasha Patel, 11, said: “It was mind-blowing having our first assembly of the new year in the Hogwarts’ Great Hall; this is the best way ever to go back to school. I literally didn’t want it to end.”
The Harry Potter set is part of the Warner Bros Studio Tour in London.