You can try to get a place from the waiting list, and also appeal.
(It's a good idea to do both.)
An appeal is not based on the admission arrangements, however (unless a mistake has been made, depriving you of a place to which you would otherwise have been entitled).
An appeal is usually based on any
reasons for wanting a place at the school in question. http://www.elevenplusexams.co.uk/appeal ... -school#c2
Reasons might include the convenience of living close to the school, but I don't think a panel would give any weight to a plan to move. They might give some weight if a move has already taken place.
Thanks Etienne for your response.
Please clarify on below case:
- Moved to Bucks beginning of March.
- Did not apply for the 2 catchment Grammar schools in the CAF (as they were not catchment at the time of filling up CAF)
- After 1st March, wait-listed both the catchment GS and submitted new address.
- Awaiting second round allocation.
1. Is there a case for Appeal?
2. What is the last date to appeal?
3. As one has applied now (after 01 March) and there is no ground of appealing due to not being offered a place - can you still Appeal or you can only appeal after not being offered a place?
4. Can you Appeal after second round allocation, if a place is not offered due to over subscription?