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Postby Jo60 » Sun Jun 05, 2016 10:30 pm

Hiya i'm moving to quesada next month with 2 of my children who are aged 6 and 12, does anyone know if they will go to the same school and if there is any paperwork I need to fill in before I moved over thank you
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Re: School

Postby scubydoo » Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:11 am

Welcombe to the forum, I am sure someone will be able to let you know but is that not somthing you should have researched more than a month before moving your children!
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Re: School

Postby Jo60 » Mon Jun 06, 2016 5:23 am

Hi, we have only just decided to move over and all I've done since is research , but all schools and areas are different by the looks of it so I'm asking people who live in quesada who have children
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Re: School

Postby Haze » Mon Jun 06, 2016 9:26 am

Hi Jo60

Not sure if you aware schools here close for the long summer vacations from 18th June and do not start the new academic year till 2nd week in September.

When you arrive next month - I would suggest your first port of call would be the Town Hall, they have a Education dept on the first floor - (they do speak a little English) - if you don't speak Spanish I suggest you have something written down in Spanish. That's how we started. So the process involves lots of paperwork and you will need lots of copies of same documents.

You will have to get application forms (which is a pack of forms) from the school and work to a timetable on when to submit documents. You will need NIE numbers and patrons, also copies their passports, birth certificates, their medical history (including list of jabs up to date), passport size photos for each of your children.

There are two schools in Rojales - primary and secondary

We registered our son in La Encanta school which is the secondary sch. They start from the age of 12 and till 18. I am not sure about primary school think its from 6-11.

Hope this helps.
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Re: School

Postby Jan » Mon Jun 06, 2016 11:36 am

Haze wrote:Hi Jo60

Not sure if you aware schools here close for the long summer vacations from 18th June and do not start the new academic year till 2nd week in September.

When you arrive next month - I would suggest your first port of call would be the Town Hall, they have a Education dept on the first floor - (they do speak a little English) - if you don't speak Spanish I suggest you have something written down in Spanish. That's how we started. So the process involves lots of paperwork and you will need lots of copies of same documents.

You will have to get application forms (which is a pack of forms) from the school and work to a timetable on when to submit documents. You will need NIE numbers and patrons, also copies their passports, birth certificates, their medical history (including list of jabs up to date), passport size photos for each of your children.

There are two schools in Rojales - primary and secondary

We registered our son in La Encanta school which is the secondary sch. They start from the age of 12 and till 18. I am not sure about primary school think its from 6-11.

Hope this helps.



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Hi Jo60


If you need to know about Padrons and NIE's we have lots of information on the forum - Here's some links that may help you:

taxes-in-spain-suma-nie-and-general-tax-advice-f111/how-do-you-apply-for-nie-t10510.html

taxes-in-spain-suma-nie-and-general-tax-advice-f111/how-do-i-sort-out-an-nie-without-paying-someone-else-to-do-i-t12379.html


and this PDF http://www.helpvegabaja.com/pdf/nie.pdf

Padron links:

residency-in-spain-padron-residencia-passport-advice-f112/what-is-a-padron-t8056.html

There is also lots of info here that may help you with some official stuff:

taxes-in-spain-suma-nie-and-general-tax-advice-f111/page25.html

residency-in-spain-padron-residencia-passport-advice-f112/

Good luck with your move and if you need anything else just ask.

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