ONE in 5 kids leaves primary school obese, central total suggest.
They supplement up to a record fee of some-more than 100,000.
Twenty per cent of 11-year-olds are obese, compared to 17.5 per cent a decade ago, a report from NHS Digital reveals.
Last year, 19.8 per cent were dangerously tubby, but officials pronounced the arise is not significant.
In some tools of England almost one in 3 kids is portly when they leave primary school — with poorer areas faring worst.
Barking and Dagenham in East London has the top rates, with 29.2 per cent in the fattest category.
In posh Rutland, in the Midlands, the figure is 11.8 per cent.
Being too complicated raises the risk of form 2 diabetes, heart, liver illness and several cancers.
Health campaigners slammed the Government for unwell to tackle the fat epidemic.
Tam Fry, from the National Obesity Forum, said: “Child health notice is still in the dim ages. That we have so many immature people who are portly and cursed to a lifetime of bad health is appalling.”