Recent posts suggest that those moving into the area in these scenarios may not get admission to any of the grammars, but doesn't Bucks have obligations under the fair access protocols.
Ken, I've never seen a Fair Access Protocol that specifically mentions selective schools.
FAPs were primarily designed for "vulnerable children" without a school place, as the following shows:
This protocol covers strategies for ensuring the admission of :
1. Looked-after children
2. Permanently excluded children
3. Children who require reintegration into mainstream school, children with no school place and children faced with barriers to education. These are:
• Children who are currently out of education and require reintegration back to mainstream (for example, children in the PRU, children who have been absent from school for over half a term and children who have been out of school for medical reasons)
• Children with no school place (for example, refugees and asylum seekers, homeless and refuge accommodated children, children who have moved into area after the normal admissions round)
• Children with barriers to education (for example children with special educational needs but no statement, children with disabilities, young carers, children who have committed offences, children of traveller families)
As you can see, "children who have moved into area after the normal admissions round
" gets a mention, but there's no guarantee about the type
of school to be allocated (and I suspect Bucks would argue anyway that their non-selective schools can cater for the full ability range).
Unless it's changed with the academies, I think qualified children who are resident in Bucks have always been found a grammar school place (at the normal point of entry).