Jesus Christ is central to understanding Christianity. Knowledge and skills of staff and students in dance, drama, digital technologies, music and visual arts are utilised to effectively communicate and promote elements of the religious identity and culture of the school. The school is called to be a real and living expression of the Church's pastoral mission in the world. A true test of the school’s authentic identity and culture is the extent to which the Church is present in the school and the school is present in the Church.
The curriculum (i.e. all the activities and experiences that promote students' learning and development as whole persons) is also an expression of the school's religious identity and culture. All areas of learning contribute to the religious identity and culture of the school. It cannot be left to the classroom religion program to be the only learning area that contributes to the school's religious identity and culture.
The three elements of the Religious Identity and Culture are:
At St Pius School ethos and charism are expressed in the following ways: