Brain Breakthrough 1 Apr 2011

It works for teachers too

Researchers have discovered that wearing clothes back-to-front improves learning power.

Dr Aprille DaFirst has spent two years looking at how Primary School children best learn. She discovered that wearing clothes the wrong way round has incredible results, improving concentration and the amount of work that children can do.

“I believe that it is linked to using the left and right sides of the brain” she revealed from her office at University of Youve Beenhad. “It could have a colossal imapct on schools, and our data shows that pupils’ scores can go up by up to 25%.”

Staff at Constantine are currently considering the implications of this report.