Contact us

 

For further information about the PCCEi course, please contact Gill Kaye at gill@pgcespain.com or shona@pgcespain.com

Gill Kaye provides constant daily support for all PGCESpain trainees and for those already trained and working in schools throughout Spain. She receives hundreds of e-mails from trainees and teachers already trained through PGCESpain asking her for advice or keeping her up to date with their progress.

Phone number: 

(00) +34 963 638 924 / (00) +34 963 90 50 19

Address:

Calle Profesorado Español, 1
46111 Rocafort, Valencia (Spain)

 

Arrival instructions for PGCE participantS

Tracy Ibberson’s home address:

133r, Urbanización Santa Bárbara,

ROCAFORT (Valencia) 46111. SPAIN

Contact number: 96.131.2242 (home)

 

If you are coming by car

Assuming you are on the A7 motorway, you need to turn off at the exit (“Salida”) which indicates Valencia and Lliria and/or Ademuz.

  • Follow the exit towards VALENCIA.
  • You are now on the CV-35
  • Take next exit and turn immediately RIGHT off the roundabout.
  • At the 2nd  roundabout go straight on.
  • At the 3rd roundabout, turn RIGHT
  • At the next roundabout, follow directions (on yellow signs) towards GODELLA/ROCAFORT
  • Go into Rocafort.
  • Follow the street AVINGUDA BLASCO IBÁÑEZ right along to the end of the street.
  • You have to drive behind and around the CEMETERY.
  • Turn right and drive about 500 metres until you see a couple of small shops/restaurants.
  • Turn right and you will see the SECURITY CONTROL BOOTH of Santa Bárbara.
  • Ask the security guards to direct you to Tracy’s home address.

If you are coming by plane or train

  • Get the Metro Line 1 direction Bétera, as far as ROCAFORT.
  • Either walk to Tracy’s house (approx. 1.5 km / 30 mins) following directions above from no. 7.
  • Or call a TAXI – tel: 96.364.1112.  They usually come 5 or 10 minutes after the call.
  • Ask them to “venir a la estación de metro de Rocafort para llevarme a la Urbanización de Santa Bárbara”.

Bring a swimsuit if you want to cool down – we have plenty of towels.