Greetings! I'm an English Secondary School (Basically the same as High School) student of 16 years. I'm currently in the middle of my summer holiday after completing my GCSEs ('General Certificate of Secondary Education'). Next year I move on to my A-levels (physics included of course). My literal understanding of physics covers most widely notable areas (classical, relativity, quantum theory, string theory) to an extent, but my mathematical knowledge is very limited. I am currently reading/have read various light books on physics such as; Brief History of Time - Hawking The Meaning of it All - Feynman Black Holes and Baby Universes and Other Essays - Hawking The Universe in a Nutshell - Hawking I am wondering where I should go from here; I want to advance my knowledge of physics independent of the pace of my education, and start to put maths behind the theories. The Feynman Lectures on Physics seemed a good option to start with , but is there something I should read first? Or is the content far too advanced for my level? Something else? I'm interested to see your opinions, recommendations for educational materials, and perhaps advice if you've "been there; done that". Thanks in advance.