Hi, I'm starting a PGCE in Secondary teaching (Physics) this September. I'm doing an SKE to bring my Physics up to scratch as it's been a while since I graduated in engineering. However, as I'll have to teach all sciences up to at least KS3 I asked for some chemistry modules, which I've just completed - and it's totally freaked me out! Physics came back to me really easily and I'm loving it. But Chemistry I just don't get :-( . The modules started at GCSE and I soon realised I needed to go back a step. I went through the whole of KS3 bitesize chemistry and am half way through bitesize GCSE but I still feel like I'm missing some significant basics. Can anyone recommend a book on basic chemistry, designed for science teachers who are not chemists?? I have observed a few science lessons where things aren't going well and the teacher just says 'well I'm not a xxxist'. It doesn't cut it with the kids and I don't want to end up in that place!! Help!