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Let me see if I can help and please rate 5 stars. As parents you both should be involved in the decision making about schools as you both have parental responsibility. If you can not agree to which school the child should attend then you should technically attempt mediation (a MIAM) and if this does not work then an application to the court for a specific issue order on a form C100. The threat of all of this may be sufficient for you ex to formally agree. I have attached a link to a great book which should help - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Represent-Yourself-Family-Court-understanding/dp/147211910
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Technically depending on where you go (if its far) you would need your ex's permission if he is seeing the child. Again you could make an application to the court if he is causing difficulties - the book will help.
Your local family court. It takes about two-three months.
Just checked the page - works
Then you do not need permission to move.
Not that comes to mind, but the book.