Parent Guide to Using MobyMax Parent Portal


MobyMax is an educational platform that enables personalised learning. This guide assists you in using the Parent Portal to monitor your child’s academic progress and understand the reports for each subject.

Your child’s objective is to achieve a proficiency level of Grade 9 in the following subjects:-

  • Math
  • Language
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Vocabulary
  • Spelling
  • Reading
  • Writing

Upon reaching these milestone, they will be ready to commence our High School Syllabus.

All of the other subjects, provide supplementary resources beyond the core subjects like Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. These subjects offer targeted instruction or practice to support students’ learning needs, providing extra support, remediation, or enrichment.

Accessing the Parent Portal

Step 1: Visit MobyMax: Go to the MobyMax website by entering in your browser’s address bar.

Step 2: Parent Login: On the homepage, choose the ‘As a Parent’ login option.

Step 3: Enter Credentials: Input your child’s Username and Password, provided by the Ambition.

Step 4: Secure Login: Click ‘Sign In’ to access the portal.
If you encounter login issues, click ‘Need Help?’ or contact Ambition for support.

Navigating to Subject Reports

Step 1: Dashboard Overview:

“The ‘Overview” tab provides a summary of the actual times your child spent on recent academic activities. The times listed below allow you to compare the actual time spent versus the time they should have spent according to the timetable. We do mostly follow the timetable, however, there are occasional times when we might vary from it. If you require additional details or wish to request your child’s timetable, please let us know.

Session History (Last 30 Days). This table shows the actual time your child spent on each subject each day for the last 30 days. You can compare these actual times to the expected session times, which are based on the timetable and are listed below. Please note that while some subjects, such as Maths, are scheduled daily, others, like Science and Social Studies, are scheduled twice a week. Scroll down the list to see all of the subjects.

Expected Daily Session Times (as per timetable)

  1. Math – 45 minutes
  2. Language – 30 minutes
  3. Vocabulary – 20 minutes
  4. Paired Reading Stories – 45 minutes
  5. Reading Skills Literature – 45 minutes
  6. Reading Skills Informational – 45 minutes
  7. Writing Workshop – 30 minutes
  8. Science – 45 minutes
  9. Social Studies – 45 minutes
  10. Fact Fluency – 15 minutes
  11. Numbers – 15 minutes
  12. Reading Level Assessment – 30 minutes
  13. Spelling – 20 minutes
  14. Foundational Reading – 45 minutes

Actual Daily Session Times

Time Spent (Last 30 Days). The bar chart illustrates the actual time your child has spent on each subject over the last 30 days. The table below shows the approximate target time for each subject as per the timetable. For instance, the target time for Maths is 720 minutes, calculated by scheduling 45 minutes daily from Monday to Thursday. This results in 180 minutes per week, which, multiplied by 4 weeks, totals 720 minutes.

Expected Time – Last 30 days

  1. Math – 720 minutes
  2. Language – 480 minutes
  3. Vocabulary – 280 minutes
  4. Paired Reading Stories – 180 minutes
  5. Reading Skills Literature – 180 minutes
  6. Reading Skills Informational – 180 minutes
  7. Writing Workshop – 240 minutes
  8. Science – 360 minutes
  9. Social Studies – 360 minutes
  10. Fact Fluency – 160 minutes
  11. Numbers – 120 minutes
  12. Reading Level Assessment – 120 minutes
  13. Spelling – 280 minutes
  14. Foundational Reading – 360 minutes

Actual Time Spent – Last 30 days

Step 2: Detailed Reports:

For detailed information on specific subjects such as Math, Language, Science, and more, please select the corresponding icon or click ‘More’ to view the complete list of subjects. Below, you’ll find a guide to understanding the Math report. This explanation is applicable to the other subjects as well.

Understanding the Math Report

Overall Statistics

  • Current Grade Level: This reflects the grade level at which child is currently performing.
  • Learning Velocity: This indicates the academic progress in Grades that your child is expected to achieve in one year, based on their current effort.  On average, students using MobyMax can expect to increase by at least two grades per year. If your child’s Learning Velocity is below two grades per year, it suggests they are performing below average
  • Total Time: This represents the total amount of time your child has spent engaged with this particular subject since they started Mobymax. This includes all activities related to the subject, such as completing interactive lessons, taking assessments, and participating in practice exercises.
  • Session Count: This refers to the number of individual learning sessions a student has completed in that specific subject. Each session typically represents a discrete period of engagement where the student actively works on subject-related activities, such as lessons, quizzes, or exercises.
  • Average Focus: This represents the average level of concentration or attentiveness displayed by your child while working on Math activities within the platform. This metric indicates your child’s ability to maintain focus and engagement during their Math sessions. It is calculated based on various factors, including the amount of time spent actively working on Math tasks compared to potential distractions or interruptions. A higher Average Focus % suggests better concentration and attentiveness, while a lower percentage may indicate possible distractions or difficulties maintaining focus.
  • Standards Completed: This refers to the number of specific learning objectives or educational standards that your child has successfully mastered within the Math curriculum. These standards typically correspond to individual skills or concepts outlined in the curriculum framework or academic standards for that grade level. When your child completes a lesson or activity that covers a particular standard, MobyMax records it as “completed” to track the student’s progress and mastery of Math skills.
  • Tests Completed: This refers to the number of formal assessments or quizzes that a student has finished within the Math section of the platform. These tests are designed to evaluate the student’s comprehension and mastery of specific Math concepts or skills. Tests in MobyMax typically cover a range of topics and may include multiple-choice questions, short-answer questions, or problem-solving tasks. By completing tests, students can demonstrate their understanding of Math content and track their progress in mastering key concepts and skills.
  • Lessons Completed: This refers to the number of instructional units that a student has finished within the Math section of the platform. These lessons are designed to teach and reinforce specific Math concepts or skills. Each lesson typically includes interactive activities, explanations, examples, and practice exercises to help students grasp key concepts and develop their skills. By completing lessons, students progress through the Math curriculum, deepen their understanding of mathematical concepts, and build a strong foundation in Math proficiency.
  • Problems Completed: This refers to the total number of individual practice exercises or problems that a student has finished within the Math section of the platform. These problems are designed to provide students with opportunities to reinforce their understanding of Math concepts and skills through hands-on practice. Problems in MobyMax cover a wide range of topics and difficulty levels, allowing students to practice basic arithmetic, problem-solving, and more advanced mathematical concepts. By completing problems, students can strengthen their mathematical skills, improve their problem-solving abilities, and build confidence in their Math proficiency.

Grade Level Progress: 
This report provides insights into your child’s proficiency. It compares their beginning proficiency level to their current proficiency level, indicating the grade level they are currently performing at. Additionally, it shows the percentage increase or decrease in proficiency over time. This report helps you understand how your child is progressing in that subject, highlighting areas of improvement and areas that may need more attention. It also identifies past learning gaps and how they have been addressed, as well as any current learning gaps that may require further support.


Last Sessions
This report provides a snapshot of your child’s recent learning activities. It includes details such as the dates of the most recent sessions, the total time spent on Maths activities during those sessions, the average focus percentage indicating their level of concentration, and the number of problems completed.

This report allows you to track your child’s engagement and progress in Maths by showing their most recent interactions with the subject. By reviewing the dates, you can see how frequently they are accessing the Maths content.

The total time spent gives you an idea of their level of involvement and dedication to Maths practice. The focus percentage indicates how well they maintained concentration during their sessions, providing insights into their study habits. Lastly, the number of problems completed reflects their level of activity and effort in working through Maths problems and exercises.

Overall, the Last Sessions Report serves as a valuable tool for parents to monitor their child’s Maths learning journey, identify patterns of engagement, and make informed decisions about supporting their academic growth.

Grade Level Increase per Month
This graph illustrates your child’s academic growth in the subject over the course of several months. It displays the increase in grade level proficiency achieved by your child each month, allowing you to track their improvement over time.

The graph typically shows the grade level at which your child was performing at the beginning of each month, represented on the vertical axis, and their grade level proficiency at the end of the month, shown on the horizontal axis. The distance between these two points indicates the increase in grade level proficiency achieved within that month.

By examining this graph, parents can gain insights into their child’s rate of progress and the effectiveness of their Maths learning efforts. It helps you visualise how your child’s skills are developing and whether they are advancing at a steady pace or experiencing fluctuations in their learning trajectory.

Lesson Topics Done (Last 30 Days)
This provides parents with a detailed breakdown of the individual lessons completed by their child in Maths over the last 30 days. For each lesson, the report displays the lesson name and the percentage score achieved by the child. A pass is typically considered to be 80% or higher for each lesson.

Parents have the option to click on each lesson to review the actual content covered in that lesson. This feature allows parents to gain a deeper understanding of the specific topics and concepts their child has been learning. By reviewing the lessons and their corresponding scores, parents can identify areas of strength and areas that may require further review or support.


Overall Grade Level Progress
This graph illustrates your child’s advancement in Math proficiency over time. It displays your child’s grade level proficiency in Math at different points throughout their usage of the MobyMax platform.

The graph shows your child’s starting grade level proficiency in Math compared to their current grade level proficiency, allowing you to see the progress made over time. This visual representation helps you understand how your child’s Math skills are evolving and whether they are advancing at an expected pace or may need additional support in certain areas.

Standards Passed Each Month
This graph provides a visual overview of your child’s progress in mastering specific Math standards over time. It illustrates how many Math standards your child has successfully passed each month during their engagement with the MobyMax platform.

This graph typically displays the number of Math standards your child has passed on the vertical axis, while the horizontal axis represents the months or time periods. Each bar on the graph represents the number of Math standards achieved by your child in a given month.

By observing this graph, you can track your child’s advancement in Math proficiency month by month. It allows you to see patterns of progress and identify trends in your child’s learning journey. 

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