Have you printed off all the official guidance, legal stuff, and conference quotes off the relevant threads on here that show you are right to do it the way you are doing it? Stop feeling worried, and start feeling cross instead that this person might question your evidence, and be ready to show them why they are wrong in the nicest possible way if they do start to say you have done it the wrong way and it doesn't pass their silly moderation process. Also point out to them the major flaw in their process. Explain to them how everyone could pass their moderation process but with the wrong scores (too low) as it's terribly easy to gather some written evidence for a low profile score for each child and then to leave it at that, pass the moderation, but be a mile wrong on the moderated score. Ask them why you have to have everything written down when you have a good memory and know each child well? Explain to them that the less time you spend writing down long notes the more time you have to really assess the child and plan for them, so your assessment is more accurate, and their progress is greater. If you think the LA moderation process is wrong, say so. At the end of the day, what can this person really do other than be annoying? Have you thought that they might disagree with their LA moderation process too - it probably is not them personally who put it together.