A SCHOOL trip to Kenya is in jeopardy after the terrorist attack in Nairobi.
South Dartmoor Community College staff are in talks about whether to proceed with their trip to the Imprezza Academy in Kenya as part of their recent fundraising programme.
Seventeen students and three adults are due to fly out on October 17 and return on November 3.
Mustafa Shaikh, A South Dartmoor Community College teacher, has coordinated the Imprezza Academy fundraising programme.
He said: "In light of the recent events in Nairobi, we have been in open discussions between staff, parents, carers and students actively involved in our Kenyan Imprezza Academy programme, as to whether to proceed with the planned visit.
"We are taking into account continued advice from Devon County Council, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Kenyan authorities, which will aid us in making a well informed decision."
He said the location, journey plans and accommodation avoid the area affected in recent events, but the school will not take any risks.
He said: "We will not jeopardise the safety of our students or staff. We do not wish for anyone to be placed under any risk of harm and will only continue with the programme if there is a viable solution."
The school is due to make a decision shortly.
Latest reports said 67 people had been killed in the terror gang attack.