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"None of you is to move while I take this boy to the Hospital Wing! You leave those brooms where they are or you'll be out of Hogwarts before you can say 'Quidditch.'"
— Hooch's strict attitude with her students[src]

Madam Rolanda Hooch (b. before 1918)[1] was a witch who worked as the Flying instructor, Quidditch referee, and coach at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.[5] She learnt to fly on her own Silver Arrow broomstick sometime before or during the Great War and returned to Hogwarts, which was her childhood school, for a job. While on staff at Hogwarts, Hooch worked under Headmasters Albus Dumbledore, Dolores Umbridge, and Minerva McGonagall.

During her years of employment at Hogwarts, she taught students how to successfully fly broomsticks (such as the famous Harry Potter),[5] and also acted as the official referee for Quidditch games held at Hogwarts.[10] Her profession also included other important duties, such as keeping students safe from harm whilst they trained for Quidditch,[12] and checking the brooms of students to make sure they were not bewitched with dark charms.[13]

Hooch also survived the Second Wizarding War, and returned to her post as Flying Instructor and Quidditch referee after 1998.[14]


Early life

"A spell! I haven't been this annoyed since my broom was singed by overzealous anti-aircraft during the Great War!"
— Madam Hooch relaying some information on her past[src]

Rolanda Hooch was born prior to 1918.[1] She taught herself to fly on a Silver Arrow broomstick at some point.[15] One night, at some point during the Great War (1914-1918), her broom was singed by a Muggle anti-aircraft device, which she found personally insulting.[16] She declared that the only thing she found more humiliating than that incident was when a student jinxed her many decades later, in 1991.[16]

She attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry in her youth, and was a member of her House Quidditch team.[17] However, it is unknown which Hogwarts House she was Sorted into.

The Hogwarts Quidditch pitch where Hooch was selected to referee

Sometime after her student years at Hogwarts, Rolanda was selected by the Department of Magical Games and Sports as the Hogwarts Quidditch referee. After being selected she underwent a series of complicated and rigorous tests, both written and practical.[18]

Career at Hogwarts

Earlier years

"Flying is not unlike walking. It's just much more difficult, and far more dangerous."
— Madam Hooch teaching a Flying Class[src]

Madam Hooch teaching Flying on the Training Grounds

Rolanda's duties at Hogwarts included First Year Flight Instructor,[5] Quidditch referee[10] and coach in charge of all broom-related activities.[4] She was now referred to as "Madam Hooch",[4] and was respected by her students because of her liking for fair-play and clean games. She was given an office located somewhere in the Castle, in which the crate which held the Golden Snitches, Quaffle and Bludgers was kept safe under lock-and-key when not in use.[19]

Her lessons teaching the first years how to fly were held on the Training Grounds[20][21][22] at the back of the castle, near the Quidditch pitch and Herbology Greenhouses.[23]


During the 19661967 school year, Madam Hooch refereed the 1967 Hogwarts Quidditch final, which became famous as the highest-scoring match in Hogwarts history. Future Wigtown Wanderers star player Ethan Parkin led his House to a 580-570 victory.

The team had been trailing 420-570 until Parkin led his team in a Power Play to score a goal, and soon after the team Seeker caught the Snitch, leading to the victory. The match became legendary for its high scores and exciting final moments. In 1987, Hooch also recalled that it was a particularly rough game, having to call a dozen fouls in the first few minutes alone.[24]


During the 1980s, Madam Hooch continued to teach first-year students basic Broomstick handling and Flight skills. She also taught more advanced manoeuvres to later years. During his time at Hogwarts, Andre Egwu, a highly skilled flyer, sometimes helped Hooch supervise classes.[25]

During the 1986–1987 school year, Jacob's sibling became interested in the 1967 final and asked Madam Hooch about it. The student was particularly interested in the match's last play as Ethan Parkin had returned to Hogwarts to watch his daughter, Skye, play in the final that year. Parkin had taken over the training of his former house team and had mentioned the match, but was evasive about the exact nature of the final play that had won it.[24]

1991–1992 school year

"Now, when I blow my whistle, you kick off from the ground, hard. Keep your brooms steady, rise a few feet, and then come straight back down by leaning forward slightly. On my whistle — three — two —"
— Madam Hooch teaching first students how to hover on their brooms[src]

In the 1991–1992 school year, first year Gryffindors and Slytherins had their first flying lesson in the Training Grounds on Thursday, 12 September 1991, during the second week of term.[5] She had twenty of the school broomsticks lined up ready on the grass before she arrived, despite the fact that the school brooms vibrated if the rider flew too high and always flew slightly to the left.[5] She probably had a personal acquaintance with a student named Amanda, whom Hooch greeted personally.[6]

Hooch teaching first years how to fly

To begin the class, Hooch ordered the students to stand on the left side of their brooms with their right hand over it. They were told to say, "up!" to summon the brooms to their hands and were then to hover slightly in the air. Unfortunately, a Gryffindor named Neville Longbottom kicked off too early and lost control, resulting in an accident and breaking his wrist. After examining the wound, Madam Hooch took Neville to the infirmary and warned that anyone caught flying without supervision would be expelled "faster than you can say Quidditch."[5]

Despite this, when Draco Malfoy threw Neville's dropped Remembrall high in the air Harry Potter used his broom to retrieve it, showing great natural skill. Fortunately for Potter, due to Professor McGonagall's intervention, he was spared expulsion and was offered a position as seeker on the Gryffindor Quidditch team.[5]

Madam Hooch announcing the victory of Gryffindor Quidditch team

Not long after Hallowe'en, the first match of the Quidditch season took place: Gryffindor versus Slytherin. Madam Hooch was to referee the game and told both teams to play fairly, though she was obviously speaking more to the Slytherin team.[10] She released the Bludgers first, then the Golden Snitch, and the game began when she threw the Quaffle into the air.[26] During that game, many fouls were committed by the Slytherins, and she awarded several penalties to the Gryffindors, who won when the new Seeker, Harry Potter, caught the Golden Snitch.[10] Hooch, riding her broom, blew the whistle and announced the Gryffindors' victory to the Hogwarts crowd.[27]

Later on in the year, Madam Hooch was relieved of the responsibility of refereeing the Gryffindor versus Hufflepuff match, as Professor Snape insisted on refereeing the game[28] to make sure Harry Potter's Nimbus 2000 was not jinxed again.[29]

1992–1993 school year

"Madam Hooch, the Quidditch teacher, asked Flint and Wood to shake hands, which they did, giving each other threatening stares and gripping rather harder than was necessary."
— Description[src]

Lockhart's book signing that Hooch attended

In August, 1992, Hooch went to Diagon Alley, and rushed to Flourish and Blotts to see Gilderoy Lockhart, who had been hired by Dumbledore to teach Defence Against the Dark Arts that year. She was clearly a fan of him and of his written works.[7]

The next school year, Madam Hooch refereed the Gryffindor versus Slytherin Quidditch match, during which Harry Potter, the Gryffindor Seeker, was attacked by a jinxed Bludger. The mystery was how the Bludger was jinxed, since it had been kept safe and locked in Madam Hooch's office. She was forced to stop the game momentarily for the Gryffindors once they deliberated over the rogue Bludger, but they ultimately decided to continue playing, as otherwise they would have had to forfeit the match.[19]

The Gryffindor versus Hufflepuff match followed later on in the year, but was cancelled by Professor McGonagall shortly after Madam Hooch had released the balls and began the game. The reason for the cancellation was that Hermione Granger and Penelope Clearwater had been found petrified near the library.[30]

Madam Hooch seated next to Snape at the Leaving Feast

Near the end of the year, Madam Hooch and the rest of the staff were called to the staffroom by Professor McGonagall, who had become Acting Headmistress in Professor Dumbledore's absence. McGonagall told the professors that a student had been kidnapped by Salazar Slytherin's monster and taken into the Chamber of Secrets. After revealing this, Madam Hooch became too weak at the knees to stand, collapsed into a chair and asked who had been taken, when she was told that it was Ginevra Weasley, whom Hooch had been giving Flying Lessons.[31] However, she was saved by the end of the year by Harry Potter and Ron Weasley and then the school returned to its normal routines.[32]

1993–1994 school year

"It will need to be checked for jinxes. Of course, I'm no expert, but I daresay Madam Hooch and Professor Flitwick will strip it down... It shouldn't take more than a few weeks. You will have it back if we are sure it is jinx-free."
McGonagall shortly before handing Harry's Firebolt over to Hooch and Flitwick[src]

Hooch referring a Quidditch match as mass of Dementors interrupt the game

Not long after the beginning of the 1993–1994 school year, Madam Hooch refereed the Gryffindor versus Hufflepuff Quidditch match, which took place in severe weather conditions and poor visibility. But during that match, Dementors, who were supposed to be guarding the school, interfered and made Harry Potter fall off of his broomstick, enabling the Hufflepuff Seeker, Cedric Diggory, to catch the Golden Snitch.[12]

After the attack on the Fat Lady by Sirius Black at Hallowe'en, Professor McGonagall asked Madam Hooch to oversee his Quidditch practices on the pitch for his safety, which she did for McGonagall.[12]

Furthermore, Harry mysteriously received a Firebolt broomstick for Christmas, which McGonagall thought could have come from Sirius Black. In order to ensure that the broom was safe to ride, McGonagall handed it over to Madam Hooch and Professor Flitwick, the Charms Master, who would "strip it down" to look for curses, hexes, or jinxes.[13] A few weeks later, once Hooch and Flitwick had ensured the broom's safety, the Firebolt was returned to Harry Potter to use in his Quidditch practices and games.[33]

Hooch falls asleep while overseeing a Gryffindor Quidditch practice

She was quite taken with the broom and rhapsodised over it for some time before Oliver Wood, the Gryffindor Quidditch Captain and Keeper, reminded her that they were there to practise and not listen to her talking about her old Silver Arrow. Though she was supposed to keep an eye on Harry, she then proceeded to fall asleep in the stands while the Gryffindor Quidditch team practised.[15]

The game between the Gryffindor and Ravenclaw was refereed by Madam Hooch. The game was concluded when Harry Potter caught the Golden Snitch, awarding one-hundred and fifty points to his already-winning Gryffindor team.[15]

The final match, for the Quidditch Cup, was between Gryffindor and Slytherin, and Madam Hooch was tasked with overseeing the match as a referee. The final was a violent game, and Madam Hooch commented several times that she has never seen such flagrant fouls committed. Indeed, she was rendered almost apoplectic with fury at the level of cheating demonstrated by the Slytherin team, awarding a grand total of five penalties to the Gryffindors as the match grew progressively dirtier. The match concluded with Harry Potter's capturing of the Golden Snitch, earning the Gryffindor Quidditch team the Quidditch Cup for the first time in roughly seven years.[34]

1994–1995 school year

"It is also my painful duty to inform you that the Inter-House Quidditch Cup will not take place this year. This is due to an event that will be starting in October, and continuing throughout the school year, taking up much of the teachers' time and energy — but I am sure you will all enjoy it immensely... The Triwizard Tournament will be taking place at Hogwarts this year."
Professor Dumbledore announcing the cancellation of the Quidditch Cup[src]

Hooch teaching first years how to mount a broomstick

The following academic terms were to be dedicated to the revival of the Triwizard Tournament, meaning that the 1994-1995 Quidditch Cup was not to take place.[35] This was also due to the fact that the Hogwarts Quidditch Stadium was to play host to the enchanted Hedge Maze of the Third Task.[36] Because of this, it is assumed that Madam Hooch's only duties that year was to give flying lessons to the first year students, though she may have helped prepare the tasks with the other teachers.

1995–1996 school year

" Impedimenta! What do you think you're doing? I’ve never seen behaviour like it — back up to the castle, both of you, and straight to your Head of House's office! Go! Now!"
— Madam Hooch, enraged at Harry Potter and George Weasley's attack on Draco Malfoy[src]

Hooch overseeing a Quidditch match between Gryffindor and Slytherin

Madam Hooch's timetable for Quidditch matches was disrupted by Dolores Umbridge, the Hogwarts High Inquisitor, during the 1995–1996 school year, since Umbridge kept giving detentions to students who played the sport.

Regardless, Hooch did referee the match between the Gryffindor Quidditch team and the Slytherin Quidditch team, during which much foul play and dirty moves were used. Near the end of the match, Vincent Crabbe, a Slytherin Beater, hit a Bludger at Harry Potter after he caught sight of the Golden Snitch, knocking him to the ground. Being a Quidditch foul, Madam Hooch immediately scolded Crabbe, and, once finished, turned around to see Harry Potter and George Weasley attacking Draco Malfoy. After using an Impediment Jinx to knock Harry to the ground, she sent the two of them to Minerva McGonagall's office, where they were banned from their Quidditch team by Dolores Umbridge.[37] This ban would eventually be lifted after Umbridge was removed from Hogwarts.[38]

It is possible that Madam Hooch had her flying lessons inspected by Dolores Umbridge that year, and pleased her, as she was not sacked.

1996–1997 school year

"Harry stepped up to Madam Hooch, the referee, who was standing ready to release the balls from the crate."
— Hooch referring for a Quidditch match[src]

In the 1996-1997 school year, Madam Hooch refereed the match between the Gryffindor and Slytherin Quidditch teams, and was ready to release the Snitch, Bludgers and Quaffle before the players were on the pitch. Shortly after starting the game, Slytherin Seeker Harper deliberately collided with Harry, in the hopes of steering him in the wrong direction. As this was a foul (Blurting), the Gryffindor crowd screamed at Hooch to award a penalty to their team, but her back was turned and she did not see the foul. The game concluded with Harry Potter's capture of the Golden Snitch.[39]

Albus Dumbledore's funeral

Near the end of the year, the castle was invaded by Death Eaters, who fought the teachers and students of Hogwarts, as well as the Aurors stationed there.[40] It is unknown whether Madam Hooch took part in the battle. After the battle's conclusion, Albus Dumbledore was found dead[40] in the Middle Courtyard, and everyone around raised their wand as a sign of respect to him.[41] It can be assumed that Hooch attended Dumbledore's funeral being a long term colleage of him.

1997–1998 school year

"Every eye, living and dead, was fixed on Professor McGonagall, who was speaking from the raised platform at the top of the Hall [and] behind her stood the remaining teachers... "
— Opening stage of the final battle[src]

Harry Potter's final defeat of Lord Voldemort and the end of the Second Wizarding War

During the 1997–1998 school year, Severus Snape became the Headmaster and Alecto and Amycus Carrow became the Deputy Headmasters. In May of that year, Snape and the Carrows were attacked[42] and the Battle of Hogwarts took place,[43] in which Madam Hooch was probably more than likely to participate in, being a teacher at Hogwarts. She was also most likely there when Harry Potter defeated and killed Voldemort for good, ending the Second Wizarding War. The Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch was burned to the ground in the early stages of the battle, however.

Later life

Madam Hooch survived the war and continued to serve as the Flying Instructor and Quidditch referee at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. During the Calamity, she would help members of the Statute of Secrecy Task Force improve their ability to target elusive foes by having them cast spells while she dodges on her broom.

Madam Hooch was still teaching as of 2020,[44] at the age of at least one-hundred and two. In September 2017 she taught Albus Potter and was not impressed with him, as he struggled to make his broom rise.[14]

Physical description

"Their teacher, Madam Hooch, arrived. She had short, grey hair and yellow eyes like a hawk."
— A description of Madam Hooch in 1991[src]

In her elderly years, during the 1990s, Madam Hooch had spiky grey hair which was cut short and had piercing, yellow, hawk-like eyes,[5] usually hidden behind goggles.[26] She usually wore a white button-down collared shirt and black necktie with the Hogwarts crest, under a cloak,[6] but wore more formal black robes with a hat while sitting in the Great Hall.[45]

Personality and traits

"Well, what are you waiting for? Everyone stand by a broomstick. Come on, hurry up."
— Madam Hooch being impatient with a class of first years[src]

Madam Hooch was known and respected by her students because of her belief in good sportsmanship, fairness, and clean games of Quidditch.[10] She sometimes seemed impatient whilst teaching her students flying, as while teaching a group of first years, during the 1991–1992 school year she was continually telling them to "hurry up" and asking "well, what're you waiting for?".[5]

Regardless she was still kind and caring, as evident when Neville Longbottom broke his wrist after injuring himself during a Flying Class, she tended to him after his accident and took him immediately to the Hospital Wing.[5] Another example was when she learnt that Ginevra Weasley had been taken into the Chamber of Secrets. After learning this she had sunk (weak-kneed) into a chair in the staffroom.[31] Hooch was also very strict and was unafraid to use an Impediment Jinx on Harry Potter and George Weasley after the two attacked Draco Malfoy.[37]

"Now, I want a nice fair game, all of you... Mount your brooms, please."
— Madam Hooch starting the first game of the season[src]

A very fair-minded individual, Madam Hooch expected all Quidditch games to be played fairly and expected nothing but good behaviour from the players. Normally even-tempered, if a bit brisk and impatient, she could fly into a rage if she witnessed cheating or disorderly conduct, shrieking loudly at the Slytherin Beaters Derrick and Bole for attacking Oliver Wood out of bounds.[34]

Magical abilities and skills

— Madam Hooch casting a powerful Impediment Jinx[src]


Rolanda is a feminine form of Roland, a name of Germanic origin that means "fame-land", "fame of the land", "old and wise", or "judicious, wise". Roland was a paladin of Charlemagne and a principal figure in the Matter of France. The "Roland" was a Franco-German missile system, and the WWI aircraft manufacturer Luft-Fahrzeug-Gesellschaft was known for their various "Roland" designs.

Hooch may come from Hoch or Hoog, Germanic words that mean "high" or "tall."

Behind the scenes

Madam Hooch as she appears in Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

Hooch as a LEGO minifigure (2018 edition)

Madam Hooch in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4

Rolanda Hooch as seen in Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells

Madam Hooch in LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4

  • Madam Hooch was played by Zoë Wanamaker in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Madam Hooch did not reappear in any of the following films, as Wanamaker had only signed up for one film.
  • Like Professor Quirrell, Madam Hooch's first name was never mentioned in the books. Harry Potter Trading Card Game lists it as Rolanda.
  • Prior to the release of the first film, IMDB listed her first name as Xiomara.
  • In an episode of the Britcom series My Family, in which Wanamaker plays Susan, one of her sons pulls a trading card from a box of cereal and exclaims "Hey look, Madam Hooch!" Also, in a later episode during Hallowe'en when Susan is dressed as a witch and is trying to encourage her husband to join in, he tells her she "can take your Nimbus 2000 and stick it where the sun doesn't shine."
  • On an episode of The Paul O'Grady Show Zoë Wanamaker said she was disappointed that she was never asked to return to the Harry Potter saga and would not mind doing so for the last two films.
  • Zoë Wanamaker was one of three American actors who appeared in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, the others being Eleanor Columbus, who played Susan Bones, and Verne Troyer, who played Griphook. It should be noted that though she was born in the States, she is in fact British.
  • On the first game of the series (GBA version), when Harry casts a spell that hits Hooch, she says that she's never been insulted that way since an anti-aircraft singed her broom during the Great War (1914-1918). This indicates that Hooch was born before 1918, possibly in the 1900s, seeing as she was already capable of broom flight. The fact that she owned a Silver Arrow supports this, seen as the broom was manufactured very early in the twentieth century.
  • In the PC version of the video game adaptation of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Madam Hooch is never seen, although she is mentioned by one of the students in the Clock Tower.
  • To create Madam Hooch's yellow hawk-like eyes, special contact lenses were used.
  • Madam Hooch is the only Hogwarts teacher (excluding members of staff who do not teach, such as Madam Pomfrey and Madam Pince) to be referred to as 'Madam' rather than 'Professor'. The exact reasons for this are unknown, although it is possible that it is because she only teaches the first-years, and the majority of her job involves Quidditch matches as opposed to actual teaching. Alternately, she may not be considered a Professor as flying is primarily a physical discipline rather than an academic one.
    • Though she is commonly only depicted as teaching first years, in Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Hooch is also seen teaching more advanced manoeuvres to later years. If this is taken as cannon, it does contradict the theory of her not having a professorship due to only teaching first years.
  • J. K. Rowling stated in an interview with PotterCast on 17 December 2007 that "Madam Hooch really did not have any romantic backstory. Well, not my invention, I don't know".[47]


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Notes and references

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 In Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) - GBA version, Hooch says her broomstick was singed during the Great War. It should also be noted that, according to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 13 (Gryffindor versus Ravenclaw), she learnt to fly on a Silver Arrow broomstick, which production started sometime after the Moontrimmer (itself first created in 1901) — cf. Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 9 (The Development of the Racing Broom).
  2. "You know what? Madam Hooch really did not have any kind of romantic backstory." --J. K. Rowling, PotterCast 131 (transcript available here)
  3. "World Exclusive Interview with J K Rowling," South West News Service, 8 July 2000 - "Hogwarts just serves Britain and Ireland."
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 7 (The Sorting Hat)
  5. 5.00 5.01 5.02 5.03 5.04 5.05 5.06 5.07 5.08 5.09 5.10 5.11 5.12 5.13 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 9 (The Midnight Duel)
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film) - Chapter 15 (New Seeker)
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 7.3 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
  8. 8.0 8.1 LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7
  9. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 4, Chapter 4 (Curse-Breakers)
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 11 (Quidditch)
  11. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 3, Quidditch Season 2, Chapter 12 (THE SECOND QUIDDITCH CUP)
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 9 (Grim Defeat)
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 11 (The Firebolt)
  14. 14.0 14.1 Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Act One, Scene Four
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 13 (Gryffindor versus Ravenclaw)
  16. 16.0 16.1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game) - GBA version
  17. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 2, "A SPECIAL CELEBRATION OF HOGWARTS TEACHERS!" Achievement
  18. Quidditch Through the Ages, Chapter 6 (Changes in Quidditch since the Fourteenth Century)
  19. 19.0 19.1 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 10 (The Rogue Bludger)
  20. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 1, Chapter 3 (Dealing With Trouble) - Flying Lesson "Summon Broom"
  21. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 1, Chapter 6 (A Curious Corridor) - Flying Lesson "Mount Broom"
  22. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 1, Chapter 9 (Inside the Room) - Flying Lesson "Liftoff and Landing"
  23. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (video game)
  24. 24.0 24.1 Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 3, Quidditch Season 2, Chapter 12 (THE SECOND QUIDDITCH CUP)
  25. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery
  26. 26.0 26.1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film) - Chapter 19 (Quidditch)
  27. 27.0 27.1 Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film) - Chapter 20 (Interference Overcome)
  28. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 13 (Nicolas Flamel)
  29. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Chapter 17 (The Man with Two Faces)
  30. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 14 (Cornelius Fudge)
  31. 31.0 31.1 Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 16 (The Chamber of Secrets)
  32. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Chapter 18 (Dobby's Reward)
  33. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 12 (The Patronus)
  34. 34.0 34.1 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Chapter 15 (The Quidditch Final)
  35. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 12 (The Triwizard Tournament)
  36. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Chapter 28 (The Madness of Mr Crouch)
  37. 37.0 37.1 37.2 Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, Chapter 19 (The Lion and the Serpent)
  38. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 6 (Draco's Detour)
  39. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 14 (Felix Felicis)
  40. 40.0 40.1 Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Chapter 28 (Flight of the Prince)
  41. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (film) - Chapter 28
  42. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 30 (The Sacking of Severus Snape)
  43. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Chapter 31 (The Battle of Hogwarts)
  44. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Act Two, Scene Twelve
  45. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (film) - Chapter 12 (Sorting Hat)
  46. Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, Year 6, Chapter 29 (The Whomping Willow Awaits) - Flying Lesson "Gripping Charm"
  47. [1]
  48. During the Tour of the Portrait Gallery at the end of The Quest of Sir Cadogan, we come across a portrait of a witch on a broomstick and the narrator asks her if she has been practising with Madam Hooch.
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Heads of House Filius Flitwick | Neville Longbottom | Minerva McGonagall | Horace Slughorn | Severus Snape | Pomona Sprout
Teaching staff Bartholomew | Bathsheda Babbling | Herbert Beery | Cuthbert Binns | Brindlemore | Charity Burbage | Camelia | Alecto Carrow | Amycus Carrow | Bartemius Crouch Junior (disguised as Alastor Moody) | Albus Dumbledore | Eleazar Fig | Firenze | Filius Flitwick | Fortinbras | Jakub Gorski | Rubeus Hagrid | Rolanda Hooch | Arsenius Jigger | Silvanus Kettleburn | Gilderoy Lockhart | Neville Longbottom | Remus Lupin | Mazoni | Minerva McGonagall | Galatea Merrythought | Prendergast | Quirinus Quirrell | Patricia Rakepick | Concordia Rowle | Arif Sikander | Aurora Sinistra | Horace Slughorn | Severus Snape | Pomona Sprout | Swoopstikes | Sybill Trelawney | Dolores Umbridge | Septima Vector | Unidentified Potions professor (16th century) | Unidentified Charms professor (19th century) | Unidentified Herbology professor (19th century) | Unidentified Potions professor (19th century) | 19th-century DADA professor | Unidentified DADA professor (1984–1985) | Unidentified DADA professor (1985–1986) | Unidentified DADA professor (1986–1987) | Unidentified DADA professor (1987–1988) | Unidentified DADA professor (1989–1990) | Unidentified Muggle Studies professor (1990s) | Unidentified DADA professor (1998–?) | Unidentified Potions professor (21st century) | Unidentified Charms professor (?th century)
Hogwarts house-elves Bilm | Boil-ridden house-elf | Deek | Dobby | Filk | Gimkey | Krafty | Kreacher | Pitts | Retch | Vekey | Wigby | Winky
Support staff Rancorous Carpe | Argus Filch | Wilhelmina Grubbly-Plank | Rubeus Hagrid | Rolanda Hooch | Hankerton Humble | Ogg | Irma Pince | Poppy Pomfrey | Apollyon Pringle | Lucinda Thomsonicle-Pocus | Wainscott | Unidentified Healers | Unidentified Flying Instructor (19th century)