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MYSQL - Sub-query, join, something else?

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Hi Experts
I have been looking through the answers for my particular issue and it's rather a case of too many options!! Can't quite seperate the wood from the trees! Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have 2 tables. Table one lists students personal info and table 2 lists indivdual attendances at class for each student.

I want to be able to return a recordset that includes all the student personal info as listed in table 1 as well as an extra column for the total amount of claases attended for each student.

I understand that this is most probably a join or a sub-query but can't figure out what would be best. Many thanks in advance for your help.
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