On the Parents and Carers Portal, your school can choose to let you see an overview of your child's module mastery across the whole curriculum. This can be displayed as either level bars or the Curriculum Grid.
The Curriculum Grid
The Australian maths curriculum is broken up into three broad 'strands' of maths: 'Number and Algebra', 'Measurement and Geometry', and 'Statistics and Probability'. Each of these strands is made up of a number of Substrands. There is a certain amount of content in each substrand at each year level of the curriculum.
The Curriculum Grid displays each Strand at the very top, and underneath, displays each Substrand as a column heading, grouped into their parent strands.
Within each box, a percentage of it will be filled with certain colours:
- The solid orange refers to modules that have been mastered this year
- The solid gold refers to modules that have been mastered in previous years
- The striped gold refers to modules that have been mastered via diagnostic tests
- The light grey refers to modules that are not yet mastered
- The dark grey refers to modules that are not yet mastered because we're not yet sure of your child's ability to master them (more diagnostics are required)
If you click on any box, you can get a breakdown of each module within it, as well as those modules' prerequisite modules, and what your child's status is with them.