On the Parent Portal you can see your child's overall level, as well as the levels for each major strand under the heading "Where is my Child up to in their Learning?".
The information has 3 distinct parts:
1. The level number
This number shows the level your child is at based on the levels in the Australian Curriculum.
If there is a range shown instead of a single number, this means your child's exact level is still unknown. Once they have completed all their diagnostics it will show the exact level.
For more information, see What do the levels mean?
2. The level of uncertainty
This tells us how close the students are to being fully diagnosed, and how much we still don't know about where they're up to. In the example above, the first student has no uncertainty as they're fully diagnosed, but the second student has a medium level of uncertainty, as they have roughly 2 levels worth of undiagnosed content.
3. The bar graph
The bar graph is probably the most helpful part of this section, as it makes it very easy to visualise the information mentioned from the first two parts.
It is divided into two colours; light yellow stripes (prior learning), and dark yellow (new learning).
The total level is shown by where the end of the bar is at.
Sometimes there will also be an error bar extended from the end of the graph if your child's exact level is still unknown. This will decrease as they complete more diagnostics and eventually will disappear all together once their exact level is calculated.