c. 1981 or earlier
In 1994, she did not attend the Quidditch World Cup, because her family couldn't get tickets. On Halloween, she attempted to place her name in the Goblet of Fire to participate in the Triwizard Tournament by using an Ageing Potion. Because of Albus Dumbledore's Age Line, however, she grew a long white beard instead. Later, on Christmas Eve, Fawcett attended the Yule Ball with Stebbins, and both were docked ten points by Professor Snape when he caught them together in the rose garden. This suggests that she was a fourth year or above, as she was able to attend the Yule Ball, unless she was invited by Stebbins (just like Ginny Weasley was invited by Neville Longbottom as she didn't have the proper age to attend the Yule Ball at that time); but given that Fawcett and Stebbins were caught together in the rose garden, they might have met each other for a time; they might have been the same age and started attending Hogwarts the same year.
Behind the scenes
- Fawcett appears in a deleted scene on the DVD of the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. In the scene, she and Stebbins are not caught by Professor Snape in the rose bushes, but in a Hogwarts carriage parked in the Entrance Courtyard.
- In the British and Canadian editions of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, when Snape catches Fawcett with Stebbins in chapter 23, he says, "Ten points from Hufflepuff, Fawcett! And ten points from Ravenclaw, too, Stebbins!", although Fawcett is referred to as a Ravenclaw by Albus Dumbledore in chapter 16. The American edition of the novel amends this error, with Snape taking Fawcett's points from Ravenclaw, and Stebbins' from Hufflepuff. In the Goblet of Fire film, however, Snape makes a similar error where he refers to Fawcett as a Hufflepuff and Stebbins as a Ravenclaw.
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (First appearance)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (film)
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (film) (Deleted scene)
- Quidditch Through the Ages