We live in a rented accomodation in shenley lodge. Please advice if it will help us to move now to another area which is in the grammar school catchment to boost our chances ? How about temporarily renting a place just for this purpose? Is it an accepted practise?
I'm afraid I have no idea where or what Shenley Lodge is, but is your question How about temporarily renting a place just for this purpose? Is it an accepted practise?
for real? As Scary mum has said, you run the risk of having your child's place taken away if you deliberately flout the rules. Please (for your child's sake) have a good read of the rules regarding residency in the Bucks secondary transfer booklet / on their website - it should answer your question.
If you want to move into the catchment area of a school you would like your child to attend to improve their chance of getting a place, why would you want to move away again as soon as s/he achieved it? Why not stay and give them an easy commute to school? There seem to be lots of grammar schools in Buckinghamshire - surely some of them must be in places that you would actually want to stay in for the duration of your child's secondary school career?