Class sizes in Kerry primary schools are above the national average.
According to the Irish Independent, recently published Department of Education figures provide a school-by-school breakdown of class size in the 2016/2017 year.
22.2% of pupils in Kerry are in classes of 30 or more.
The 2016/17 year saw the first improvement in class sizes for many years, as a result of a Budget 2016 decision to recruit extra teachers for this purpose last September.
Nationally, the proportion of pupils in classes of 30-plus has reduced from 24pc to 22pc.