Nuclear Science Report

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Dear Eleanor Moylan,

It has come to my attention that you never received your letter from us regarding a placement at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. I am afraid that this news has come to my attention at such late notice, on the day of your 20th birthday, however I would like to offer a formal apology.
After the Battle of Hogwarts in 1998 a large portion of potential student records were lost in the battle, information regarding Muggle-born, Half-bloods and Pure-records from 1995 to 1997 were lost or damaged beyond redemption. We worked tirelessly with the ministry of magic to amend this issue however we just simply weren’t able to restore all the respective documents for every child born within that timeframe.
It comes with great remorse to say that this is my last term as head teacher at Hogwarts. After more than a decade acting as the headmistress of this school I feel I have offered all I can to the pupils and staff. I would just like to say, off the record, that I am definitely not retiring on account of a certain pupil starting this coming semester. After all the trouble that last Potter put me through all those years ago I can’t imagine going through all of that again with Albus Potter.
But alas, I seem to have wondered off topic, something I seem to being doing a lot as of recently, I must admit this is partly due to me getting on a bit.
As a token of my apology I would like to offer you a copy of ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts 1 & 2 (Special Rehearsal Edition)’. Unfortunately the use of muggle-born delivery services such as the Royal Mail are strictly forbidden for such magical items and therefore can’t be with you today. However I will be sending this item by owl mail and estimate that it should be with you by the 31st July.

Yours Sincerely,

Madam Professor Minerva McGonagall
Headmistress of Hogwarts School of…...

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