Part of environmental education charity Field Studies Council, Juniper Hall Field Centre is set in an area of outstanding geological, geographical and biological interest, the Centre offers a wide range of high quality habitats including unimproved chalk grassland, coppiced woodlands, heathland and high quality freshwater sites nearby. For geographers there is plenty of scope for investigations into human impact on the natural environment, downstream changes in rivers as well as coastal processes. The location, close to the nation's capital, means that there are plenty of issues related to the rural-urban fringe to be investigated.

Juniper Hall Field Centre has been awarded the Quality Badge by The Council for Learning Outside the Classroom. The badge is awarded to organiastions that have demonstrated they consistantly deliver high quality teaching and learning experiences and manage risk effectively.