Thanks Sally-Ann speedy reply
Here's the thing, neither.
Sadly though she has been to both private and state schools in her short years,(both considered good, but that is another forum/thread), neither proved right for her. At least the state school did provide a "gifted and able" label, for what it was worth.
I'm not a "she is the brightest button in the bucket" type mother - honest, as she isn't. She just did not fit into either schooling system, with a confounding mixture of social maturity and being academically able accross the bredth of the curriculum, she was bored and taken advantage of in one and bullied and bored in the other.
We have had to take on the responsibility of her education ourselves with help from a few tutors. I think that her education is going along excellently for now.
But, and here is the reason for the question, in respect of the schooling system in Bucks, and her future life choices, I obviously do not want her to be disadvantaged. Should she get to 11 and want to choose a school as an option for her secondary level, then just like any child in the county I would be happier for her to have an opportunity to be tested for her 11+ or 12+.
So who would I have to apply to in the first instance? Could she sit the 11+ in her local primary school for example. What would be the timetable for application to the county or for any local schools to be able to accomodate her?
Would we basically be in the same position as other out of county 11+ applications?
Thank you for your interest, time and knowledge in answering my perhaps out of the norm question.