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About Swiggle is a website aimed at Key Stage 2 learners (aged 7-11). It links to a wealth of learning and e-safety resources and includes a safe search feature (see details). It also provides children with easy access to key educational resources, either in the classroom or at home. Swiggle is provided by the South West Grid for Learning.

About the South West Grid for Learning
The South West Grid for Learning (SWGfL) is a not for profit, charitable trust company, funded by 15 Local Authorities across the South West of England. 
We provide maintained schools and many other educational establishments throughout the region with safe, secure and reliable broadband internet connectivity; broadband-enabled learning resources and services and help, support and advice in using the internet safely.

Contact Us
Do you have any comments or suggestions regarding Swiggle? we would like to hear them. email us at

+ How does the Safe Search feature work? [Expand/Collapse]

The search feature on the home page is created using Google Custom Search with Safe Search functionality enabled. The Search promotes specific educational keywords in order to help provide results with an educational focus. In addition some sites have been blocked to help prevent inappropriate results being provided. The following keywords are specifically promoted in the search;  'School', 'Homework', 'KS2', 'Revision', 'Education', 'Learning/learn', '7-11'. We recommend that children always search the internet using SWGfL Filtering service or another approved alternative.

If you wish to flag any inappropriate results, please use the contact form above.

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