At that time, the wizarding community she grew up in at the height of the First Wizarding War, during which her maternal uncles, Gideon and Fabian Prewett, were murdered while fighting a group of four Death Eaters led by Antonin Dolohov.

Despite being too young to attend the school, she still begged her mother to let her go with them.

While saying goodbye to her brothers, she found out that Harry Potter was on the train, and tried to get her mother to let her go on the train to see him.

Startled, she retreated back to her room and stared at Harry as he passed her bedroom on his way to Ron's.

Ginny became extremely clumsy around Harry and had a habit of knocking things over when he entered a room.

Ginny had always been shy around Harry Potter, when she had blushed and ran back to her room, and put her elbow in the butter dish.

Ginny claims to have been looking forward to attending Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry ever since her eldest brother started at the school.It also overlooking the family's orchard and was decorated with posters of the Weird Sisters and Gwenog Jones.Despite the majority of her brothers being keen Quidditch players, she was not allowed to play with them when she was a child.Following that ordeal Ginny grew into a confident young woman, becoming an important member of Dumbledore's Army, an organisation taught and led by Harry Potter in her fourth year.She would later fight in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries (1996), the Battle of the Astronomy Tower (1997), and the Battle of Hogwarts (1998).As the train pulled out, she began to cry, despite her brothers promising to send her loads of owls and a Hogwarts toilet seat.