The public school system is comprised of primary school, middle school and then senior or high school. There are a total of 2.000 children in the public school system and graduates of the system earn a Bermuda Secondary School Certificate. Since May 2010 the Bermuda Public School System has adopted the UK's Cambridge International Curriculum as the basis for teaching English, Mathematics and Science in the government primary, middle and senior schools. The Cambridge Curriculum has four phases, each of which dove-tails into the next, beginning with Primary (age 5-11), Lower Secondary (11-14, equivalent to a Bermuda Middle School). Middle Secondary (14-16, equivalent to S1 and S2) and Upper Secondary (16-19).At the middle school level, children will have the opportunity to sit GCSE's. More recently, the public education system has struggled to produce the calibre of graduates as required by Bermuda's relatively sophisticated offshore business industry. There has been a certain migration to the private school space for both Bermudian and non-Bermudian resident families. The current Education Minister has recently announced a massive re-structuring of the system which will be effective as of September 2022. The junior and middle schools are littered about the island and residents must attend the school within his / her district. Both senior schools are centrally located and between the two campuses, there are 700 + students.