Hi I have an AS level Physics group and I'm not happy about it. I thought I'd be ok, but because there's not much in the way of resources I'm struggling a bit. I'm in my 30s and haven't done Physics since my own 6th form days (with some on my degree, but very specialist) The rest of the school is really well organised - there's schemes in place right up to GCSE (which I'm involved in writing), with Science Works for KS3, so it means individual lessons are planned/resourced and I just have to produce stuff I want to and tweak what's there for my classes. But there's nothing for A level other than the text book. If I was teaching a scheme with some suggested activities and practicals, then I could stay a step ahead, remind myself of what I need to then teach it. But to learn the material myself whilst at the same time as thinking of ways to teach, practicals to put into lessons and activities for the students to do, is impossible. What on earth can I do?!