Not having kids, I can only draw on my own experiences in an American high-school and a German Gymnasium here.
The way parents organize and interact with a school differs between Germany and UK/US, so there is no exact equivalent. At most schools there is a formal organization known as a PTA (parent-teacher association). In some schools, such as the American high school I attended, this is extended into a PTSA (parent-teacher-student association). Wikipedia provides a baisc overview here:
The leader of a PTA typically has the title of PTA president, and may be the closest equivalent to a German Schulelternsprecher.
OT: One of my favorite country songs is "Harper Valley PTA", which is thematically similar to Udo Jürgens's "Ein ehrenwertes Haus": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2_eAF5ev4s
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