But Rex Phillips, Wales organiser for teachers' union NASUWT, said: "The idea of pupils starting school later would seem to go against the grain
of raising levels of literacy, numeracy and tackling the adverse impact of poverty on attainment.
of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) collects and updates her "Copyright Question and Answers" columns from the library journal Against the Grain
Against The Grain
(drawn 7), powered home by two and threequarter lengths from Harrison George (1).
Recently the jury have made some insightful decisions, going against the grain
of architectural hero worship to reward the more thoughtful.
We're served up some dross week in, week out on perfect pitches so this is against the grain
and great to watch.
Pryce had the bottle to cut against the grain
by pointing out that, given the players and money at his disposal, we shouldn't expect anything less from the former Great Britain coach.
Sterling has gone against the grain
in recent years and opened up his wallet.
But as intellectually sensible as that argument is, it goes against the grain
of elite Republican thought, which would rather deal with social conservatives through symbolism, and would drop such voters entirely if it could.
Not surprisingly, one of Hardy's milestone projects was a risky theatre venture that went against the grain
of what everyone was doing at the time.
Around 150 individual engravings, exploring a wide variety of subjects and styles, go on show in Against the Grain
, at the Durham Light Infantry Museum and Art Gallery, in Durham City from September 9.
Maybe it's asking too much, but I am sure we will get a good run for our money with Against The Grain
, one of a trio of three-year-olds in the line-up.
AGAINST THE GRAIN
can make a successful first step into handicap company at Redcar tomorrow.