Students communicate ideas in current, traditional and emerging forms and use arts knowledge and understanding to make sense of their world. They acquire knowledge, skills and understanding specific to The Arts subjects and develop critical understanding informed by Catholic perspectives related to decision-making and aesthetic choices.

Religions communicate not only through their scripture and theological writings, their institutions, movements and ethical practices but also through their rites, poetry, architecture, music, paintings and sculptures. In a concrete way, the arts provide a vivid and accurate sense of religion as it is lived, imagined and felt by its adherents.