I have been busy with other things, and thankfully others have replied with most of the information you need, but to clarify everything once more ...
1 If my first preference in the form is a school ( School A) which is far from my catchment and the school which is very near to my house (School B) is my last preference, How the school would be allocated in such case?
You will be allocated the highest possible preference depending on where there are places available.
Since school A would be far from our house we would be put in the waiting list for school A. Would the school B is allocated to us in such situation?
After March 1st you can elect to go on to the waiting list for School A if you have not received a place, and you can also appeal for a place. School B would be allocated if
it was the next highest preference on your form and
it had places available. You can also ask to be placed on the waiting list for any other Grammar School that was not on your original CAF.
2. What would happen if we have not filled School B (which is in our catchment) and my DC could not get the school A. Can we add that later or can we request School B to put my DC in waiting list as my DC has qualified the min mark criteria provided they have spaces?
I am really not clear as to what you are asking here, but I hope that my previous answer covers it. Every child who qualifies in the Bucks 11+ should receive the offer of a GS place, but it is a question of which one.
3. Lastly what is the provision of transfer within the Bucks county Grammar school? Can somebody who is attending Grammar School A can move to Grammar School B during year 7 or 8?
The Bucks CC website states this:
GRAMMAR TO GRAMMAR TRANSFER
In rare cases, parents request that their child move from one grammar school to another, within Buckinghamshire. This could be due to a house move or because a child is unhappy at their current school. If you need to move your child, you will need to complete an In-Year application form and provide reasons why we should accept your application. We would normally expect this request to be supported by independent evidence and your child’s current headteacher.There is no automatic right to transfer between grammar schools, and your child may be asked to take the entrance test again.
Beware the last point. With many Bucks GS converting to Academies, the goal posts on post-11+ admissions may move over the next year or two.
Is there any movement in schools after year 7 admissions? What if we are move to a different area near school C?
There is always a little movement after Year 7, but you cannot count on it to deliver a place. You need to consider very carefully what the consequences of moving might be.
Please use the links to the main website at the top of this page - especially the Schools link. Take a look at all the information on the CAF and also the Bucks section, including the Allocation Profiles for Bucks grammars for recent years.
Please also read everything that you can find on the Bucks CC website http://www.buckscc.gov.uk/bcc/schools/a ... ndary.page
? The new Guide for Parents has yet to be published, but there are no substantive changes to admission arrangements for the coming year.
If you would like more specific advice, why not just post the names of the schools involved? There are 7,000+ children taking the Bucks 11+ this year and you will not be identifiable from general information on here. It would allow us to help you far more easily.